Face-to-Face: The Women Who Met Jesus

Meet the women who had face-to-face encounters with Jesus of Nazareth. Based on the Gospels, this book reveals how Jesus took every opportunity to free women not only from sin, illness, and death, but also from societal oppression and the Law. Study guides and personal meditations are included. More

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About Kaine Thompson

Kaine Thompson has been writing since she was five, composing her first poem about the moon, which developed into a lifelong passion for writing and all things celestial.

Born with a rich feminist legacy, she has a passion to empower women. Her great grandmother was a suffragette, her great aunt, at the age of 77, set up her lawn chair under the Arc de Triomphe in Paris to protest the Vietnam War, and her grandmother and mother taught her that she could do anything a man could do and was of equal value to God.

She lived for several years in Holland where she worked for an import/export company and traveled extensively in Europe, including a covert trip into Romania during the Cold War, which she has chronicled in a memoir.

She holds a Master’s degree in writing from California State University Northridge and a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Oregon. She earned her livelihood as a communications professional in higher education and through her own writing business, E-maginative Writing.

Her greatest passion is to pass on her family’s legacy to her children and grandchildren in hopes that some day the world will embrace the power of women.

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