Fresh Fruit: Meditations on the Fruit of the Holy Spirit

Fresh Fruit: Meditations on the Fruit of the Holy Spirit

by Jennifer Chamberlain

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BN ID: 2940161596920
Publisher: Dove Christian Publishers
Publication date: 09/23/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 572 KB

About the Author

Jennifer Chamberlain retired from working in emergency management and now divides her time between writing a blog called, writing a book on meditations on the Lord's Prayer, and working with her husband, Pastor John in a program they created call Discovering Solutions. Discovering Solutions provides for the homeless in their area.

She has a master’s degree in Media Communications, spent nine years as a public-school teacher, has worked in marketing and written for a local newspaper. Jennifer has been a Christian since a young age but has faced many life challenges.

In college, she sang in a Christian Women’s Trio called Everlasting Light, has played piano for church, and directed several choirs. She speaks to women’s groups about life’s challenges and often sings solos for them and for church.

“There have been times in my life when I knew I was absolutely where God wanted me to be and other times when I wondered my own way. Throughout these times God taught me what it means to be His completely”. Jennifer says.

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Anne_Baxter_Campbell 11 months ago
I was offered a chance to read and review this book by a friend of my daughter. I accepted because of the connection, but I'm definitely not sorry I did! I would advise reading this like a devotional--one section in a day at a time--just because there is so much meat ... um, fruit? ... in the reading! Or as a Bible Study, with several people participating. This is a bunch of meditations on the fruits of the Spirit as named in Galatians 5:22-25. I think sometimes how apt it is for the Bible to describe these outflowings of a Spirit-filled life as fruit. Sweet to the taste, yet healthy and filling. I received a free copy of this book from the author, but my opinions are my own.