Who has stolen your authority? In whom do you, or have you, put your trust? More importantly how do you reclaim the riches of a kingdom that are yours for the taking?
Follow Dr. Gloria D Jones in a transparent journey of self discovery, brimming with divine insight into allowing God to complete his work in your life and through your life... Who Was I Supposed to Ask? is a practical look at biblical principles and concepts and provides the reader with clear, concrete application of the Word of God. Dr. Gloria Jones, through humor and personal stories, provides the reader with clear guidance to make God’s Word become alive in your life.
This is written from a place of imperfection and dedicated to those who share this seat with me. For those of you who have reached perfection and have learned it all-put it down-this will be extremely boring for you. My family knows that they have been the motivation for all that I have accomplished; I thank them for their love and support. This book is dedicated to those like me who need just a little more instruction than what is given in traditional religious settings. If you have been setting on the pews for years following traditions and maintaining appropriate behaviors ( you know when to stand sit and sing in the service) this book is for you-let’s move to the next level. We can live in God’s Authority-it's our God given right. Now learn how to exercise it.
Gloria Page Jones’s expertise in this area is driven by her experience with God and her walk with him. She has written articles and technical papers for years regarding mental health and substance abuse issues. It is from this experience that she integrated her training of applying theories and techniques to daily life skills in treatment settings to integrating the principles and percepts of God into her daily walk. She and her husband of thirty years reside outside of Thomasville, Georgia on a small plot of land where they raised six children and three grandchildren. She has been fortunate to work with individuals and families in the area who have mental health and substance abuse problems.