Irma Johnson grew up during an exciting time in history. During her childhood and adolescence, she witnessed the impact of the civil rights movement and the desegregation of schools. Unfortunately, as an African-American child, she had to endure racism and prejudice despite the positive changes in society. She, however, was able to make a life for herself and her family and overcome life's obstacles.
A Peace of my Own chronicles the meaningful and challenging realities of author Irma's Johnson's life. Despite tragedy, poverty, physical and emotional abuse, cancer, and devastating depression, Johnson is able to see the everyday miracles and God's ultimate plan.
Through all of her hardship and trials, Johnson never gave up and continued to keep her focus on God. Though she may not have always understood why God let certain things happen to some people and not to others, she maintained her faith and trust that life always turns out the way it should.
Read this incredible story of faith and triumph, and witness how God can work through the good and even the bad.