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Nancy Jane Speaks

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The beginning of a journey is deciding to go.

What We Believe Creates our Stories

The narrative we believe forms our actions.  These real-life stories have set the patterns of my life. My hope is they will inspire you to intentionally pursue your own invisible journey into a life that goes beyond what you can imagine. 

The stories I love the best are about my husband Ron and our four adult children that are now growing their own life adventures.

A 40 year love affair with Jesus and His word has molded the deeper parts of my life.  His truths have formed my perspective.  This journey has not been steady and I have climbed some pretty hard mountains, but God has always been steadfast in my story. 

My journey as a writer really began in my early twenties.  I began writing poetry, journaling, copy writing for advertising, always using words to process story.

It’s my dream that you might receive a little nudge to ask good questions about your own life like, is there more?  

 

May the wind be at your back on your life journey into the great plans God has for your life.   

Nancy Jane

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Nancy Jane Lerma seeks to know and share truth as a writer, speaker, storyteller and teacher.  She loves to invite others into a deep and abiding relationship with Jesus.  Nancy has served as Associate Teaching Director for Community Bible Study, she has been a MOPS Speaker and is currently involved as a mentor to moms at Canyon Hills Church. 

 

She and her husband Ron have been married for 33 years and live with their Black Lab Packer in the Central Valley of California.  Nancy loves to play tennis, swim and feed family and friends with farm to table slow cooking.  She and Ron have four young adult children, three that are married and two very adorable grandchildren.

About Nancy

 
 
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"Fall forward with grace, fall into his abiding presence and you will receive life and freedom."
Nancy Jane