Janet Perez Eckles, Topics: Conquering Fear * Empowering Moms * Triumph *

Hola from Janet Perez Eckles…Igniting Your Passion to Overcome

Five books a year? Insanely impossible. To reach real success, it’s not the number of books sold, but the quantity of hope our books sing. The hope that revives the soul shines the spotlight on Jesus and brightens the horizon through the gloom of pain. Read More →

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Author, Janet Perez Eckles

Author, Janet Perez Eckles

Hola from Janet Perez Eckles…Igniting Your Passion to Overcome

No landscape. No fancy doors. Not even a nice front. None of these are priorities for homes in La Paz, Bolivia. The wall you see in this picture is to guard the home. Every house has a protective barrier against thieves. Read More →

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Janet Perez EcklesHola from Janet Perez Eckles…Igniting Your Passion to Overcome

When everyone is busy looking at the horizon of a new year, planning, crafting goals, and plotting strategies, I decided to do the opposite. I’d look back instead, pondering on lessons learned, gems collected, insights applied, and wisdom gained. Read More →

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Janet Perez Eckles, author and speaker

Janet Perez Eckles, author and speaker

Hola from Janet Perez Eckles…Igniting Your Passion to Overcome

A knock at my hotel room startled me.

“Room service,” a voice said.

I hurried to let her in. “Only need fresh towels,” I said. “I’ll be fine.”

She brought them in and I smiled at her. “Thank you. What’s your name?”

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Janet Perez EcklesHola from Janet Perez Eckles…Igniting Your Passion to Overcome

I was excited, I was prepared, and I was grinning at God’s grace to allow me to be on radio. Sound familiar? That was a couple of decades ago. And sitting behind that microphone, I began…and  didn’t stop. Maybe I took a breath, maybe not. But my host might have been gasping, annoyed with my endless gab. I thought I had a killer interview, but instead I killed the audience’s interest. Then I figured out interviews that sing over the airways, and those that prompt a second and a third invitation, need refining. Read More →

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