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Remembering all who have been traumatized and victims of church shootings.
Kimberley Jones is a small country girl from St. George, SC. She followed her heart in college writing children books. Recently she decided to challenge herself and branch off to novels. She is your typical nomad who moves from place to place. Not by choice, but her husband is a nice looking military man. She has a bachelors and masters in early childhood education.
When she is not writing, she is either thinking of another topic or reading. She loves writing , it gives her a chance to escape into another human character other than being your typical mother and wife. If you don't want to be on her bad side, then she needs her white chocolate mocha every morning. Some days Folgers breakfast blend coffee is okay.
Preying On The Church Reviews
“Who would ever think you’d be unsafe in a church? Preying On The Church details in the raw emotion of hatred, loss, pain, and losing faith. Worth the read.”
Bestselling Christian Fiction Author
Preying On The Church
Author Kimberley B. Jones
After an unthinkable church shooting by a young White Supremacist, Margie Johnson stumbles through the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.
Margie led a heavenly life. A middle-age African American woman, she was well-known in her community through her job as a Realtor, serving as a representative on the Rockford Town Council, and giving a large portion of her life at the Rockford Baptist Church. She had great friends, family, and successful career.
She survived the shooting, but as she traverses the pain that follows, she experiences a mental breakdown, struggles with her faith, and is at odds with her religion. Losing her career, after losing a beloved family member, Margie finds herself sinking on a path that may or may not include a second chance of living in harmony again.
Candid, authentic, and comprehensive, Preying On The Church shows what can happen when you confront your fears, defeat sorrow, open yourself up to acceptance, and embrace not just life, but the possibility of a new course God has designed for you.