ALANA TJON, a novice Christian writer from Dutch-Surinamese descent, graduated with honors from Southeastern University in Lakeland Florida, earning a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Human Services. She’s also a member of “PSI CHI”, the National Honor Society in Psychology.
“The Man God Put On My Heart”, is Alana’s first non-fiction novel. After spending her early childhood years in a Dutch colony named Surinam, she grew up in the wild European city of Amsterdam, surrounded by the beautiful pastures in the Netherlands, however, ultimately finding her true home in the United States of America.
A dedicated single mother of one son, she loves to serve the Lord wholeheartedly, and her love for all people, is clearly exemplified through her extensive involvement in her local Church and her volunteering in various community outreach programs. She serves as an active member at a local Christian Community Church, in Kissimmee, Florida. In addition, she’s a promotional dream team member of Central Florida’s most popular Christian Radio Station.
For the last several years, she has also volunteered as an usher for Joel Osteen Ministries at his Florida events. Furthermore, she assists in bringing the Gospel message to Orphans in third world Countries, through the publication and distribution of Biblical coloring booklets.
Alana resides, together with her son, German shepherd, and three cats, in the Central Florida area. She continues to enthusiastically reach out into our local communities, and is very passionate about showing people how to put their trust in God, and how to find significance in their lives through the love of Jesus Christ.
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The Man God Put On My Heart
YOU’VE EMBARKED ON THE PATH OF YOUR GOD-GIVEN DESTINY— you’re so certain you have finally met your soul mate, the man of your dreams, but only to discover that he doesn’t love you in return. Instead of experiencing the joys that true love brings, you taste the bitterness of tears and face unbearable pains of rejection.
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