Greetings from Marti Pieper in springtime in Seneca, South Carolina, where we’re bonding in isolation as we recover from the recent tornado and remain on lockdown due to COVID-19! I’m grateful that, during our years in Florida, I bonded with today’s interview subject, my dear friend, Janet Perez Eckles. She’s a lovely lady with a unique story and message, and I know you’ll enjoy her interview!
Welcome to the CAN blog, Janet! Please tell us about your book.
Janet Perez Eckles
Written in a friend-to-friend style, Simply Salsa explores the simplicity of living with joy. Each real-life episode illustrates the path to overcome fear, insecurities, and heartache, and embrace a new, triumphant victory in Christ. Read More →
Your CAN authors are out and about in their communities–is there one coming to a town near you? And don’t miss a special book for your Korean or Portugese friends!
Cindi McMenamin’s book, 10 Secrets to Becoming a Worry-Free Mom (which released from Harvest House Publishers in 2016) is now available in print and e-book in two other languages — Portuguese and Korean.
Davalynn Spencer will be the guest speaker January 12th for Canon City, Colorado’s 130th Annual Chamber of Commerce banquet, “Western Night Under the Stars,” featuring her latest release, The Canon City Chronicles.
What a privilege for Janet Perez Eckles to be addressing this group of women on January 27th in West Palm Beach, FL. Who are they? Those who battle with stress, worry, fear and want to begin a victorious life.
This 2-minute video has the details;
Are you in the North Central Texas area? Lena Nelson Dooley is the speaker for the Christian Writer’s Workshop Kickoff near Waco, Texas, @ 9 a.m. January 27 at First
Lena Nelson Dooley
Baptist Church of Woodway, 101 Ritchie Road.
Tickets: Adults, $20; students, $5. Tickets are available online at www.firstwoodway.org/or at the door. Light refreshments will be available. Tables in the common area will display books for sale by local authors.
Ibelieive.com…A slideshow by Janet Perez Eckles about the toxic influences in church groups:
Oops, Wrong Man!
Being blind never stopped me from traveling alone across the country or abroad to speaking engagements.
But in one of those rare occasions that my hubby accompanied me, a funny thing happened to me as we headed back home. At the airport, we crossed the security point. So far, so good.
As I usually do, after I put my belt back on and hung my purse on my shoulder, I extended my arm and looped it around my husband’s arm. We began to walk away.
Suddenly, someone gripped my other arm from behind.
How rude, I thought. Who could that be?
The one pulling me back was my husband because I was walking away with another man.
Oops, Wrong Man!
International speaker and author, Janet Perez Eckles finds humor in all situations. She exerts courage in all challenges and displays passion in each opportunity to serve God.
President of JC Empowerment Ministries
Igniting in you a passion to conquer fear and bring back joy.
For you: a two-minute VIDEO.