Item description for Jesus Saved Me: A Song of Gods Love by Joy Phillips...
There is no greater gift than to share the story of Christs love with a loved one. Author Joy Phillips provides the perfect opportunity to curl up with your little one and sing about Gods gift of salvation in her book Jesus Saved Me. Sung to the familiar tune of Jesus Loves Me, and written in poetic verse, the special child in your life is sure to enjoy every minute as they learn about the gift of Gods only son. Joy Phillipss Jesus Saved Me is quite possibly the most important story a child will ever hear. Its song will be remembered and sung to children for generations to come.
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Studio: Tate Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.76" Width: 6.04" Height: 0.07" Weight: 0.12 lbs.
Release Date Jun 17, 2008
Publisher Tate Publishing
ISBN 1604624418 ISBN13 9781604624410
Availability 0 units.
More About Joy Phillips
SHARNA EBERLEIN is a Renaissance woman; born in the San Joaquin Valley of California into a farm family in the late 40's; she had her first solo international trip to Europe on the Queen Mary to go to her college junior year abroad at the tender and innocent age of 19. This colored her life to become a world traveler throughout her 20's. She traveled solo on her own dime, working jobs from waitress to nanny, to disk jockey. She didn't carry a camera; instead she had notebooks full of her writing: poetry, prose, and comments about her life's experiences. During that time, she also somehow managed to get her BA in French from Sonoma State University in California, while spending the summers working in Hawaii as a cocktail waitress. In her 30's she fell in love, became a mom and ran an organic farm in Sonoma County. In her 40's she became a single mom, got a certificate of cooking and diet counselor, while working as a telemarketer, selling tickets for fundraisers. In her mid 40's's she had to move into a tiny 500 square foot duplex, with her two children while she fought for custody and did gardening and private chef work, until she was able to get a job at a local winery as a wine consultant. During this time, she became the Managing Editor of her church newsletter. In her mid 50's she and her children moved to Hawaii, with family photographs, and boxes of her journals. In Puna, she taught aquaculture at Laulima Community Gardens' Lokowai Project, was a traveling notary, took bookkeeping at University of Hawaii Hilo, wrote the first dedicated column about working artists on the Big Island, writing strictly about Puna Artists, and with the help of a few surfer/carpenters, built her home overlooking the wide Pacific Ocean, her everlasting true love. Throughout her life she has believed in and worked hard for a Woman's Right to Choose, Domestic Harmony, and other feminist causes. She has a daughter, a son, and a hanai daughter, with 5 grandchildren scattered across the USA and the Pacific. She lives in Puna Makai with two cats and a chicken.