Who wrote the book let the church say amen

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who wrote the book let the church say amen

Let the Church Say Amen by ReShonda Tate Billingsley

Reverend Simon Jackson has always felt destined to lead, and hes done a good job of it -- having transformed his small Houston church into one of the most respected and renowned in the region. But while the good Reverends been busy tending his flock, his familys gone astray. His nineteen-year-old daughter, Rachel, gives new meaning to baby mama drama. David, the oldest at twenty-seven, has been spiraling into a life of crime ever since his promising football career came to an end. Blessedly, Jonathan, Simons beloved middle child, is in control of his life and is poised to take his side as associate pastor -- or so everybody thinks.

At the heart of the Jackson family is Loretta, the Reverends wife. She has always been devoted to her husband, but shes beginning to realize that enabling him to give more to the church than to their children was her biggest mistake. As things continue to fall apart and secrets are revealed, will Loretta be able to help her husband reunite their tattered family...before its too late?

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ReShonda Tate Billingsley is an award-winning and national best-selling [ citation needed ] author and journalist. She has authored over 45 books and was involved in three anthologies. She writes both adult and teen fiction, as well as nonfiction.
ReShonda Tate Billingsley

Let the Church Say Amen

Award-winning author ReShonda Tate Billingsley delivers a bold and heartwarming story of family and faith about a man who has succeeded as a reverend and failed as a father. When things are down to the wire will Reverend Simon Jackson choose to fight for his family or the congregation? Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! Plus, receive recommendations for your next Book Club read. By clicking 'Sign me up' I acknowledge that I have read and agree to the privacy policy and terms of use. Must redeem within 90 days.

Added by 1 of our members. Reverend Simon Jackson has always felt destined to lead and he's done a good job of it, transforming his small Houston church into one of the most respected and renowned in the region. But while the good Reverend's been busy tending his flock, his family's gone astray. His nineteen-year-old daughter, Rachel, gives new meaning to "baby mama drama. David, Simon's oldest at twenty-seven, has been spiraling downward ever since a knee injury ended a promising football career. These days he's seeking solace in drugs -- even feeding his habit by stealing church offerings. Blessedly, twenty-three-year-old Jonathan, a college graduate and the apple of Simon's eye, is poised to take his father's side as associate pastor -- or so everyone thinks.

At the heart of the Jackson family is Loretta, the Reverend's wife. She has always been devoted to her husband, but she's beginning to realize that enabling him to give more to the church than to their children was her biggest mistake. As things continue to fall apart and secrets are revealed, will Loretta be able to help her husband reunite their tattered family Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions.

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  1. Sarah H. says:

    Let the Church Say Amen (Amen, book 1) by ReShonda Tate Billingsley

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