Chasing the Light

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Chasing the Light is one woman's spiritual memoir which explores the appeal of the well-known Christian sect, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and the influential organization behind it. It is an open-minded discussion of how Jehovah's Witnesses differ from other Christian denominations and whether their teachings can be trusted. It is a story of hope for anyone who has ever been hurt by religion. More
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Words: 17,350
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301032068
About Pam Tribble

Hi. Thanks so much for visiting my author page here at Smashwords.

I am a part-time author and full-time legal assistant with a local law firm in Southeast Texas. I have always had a great love for books-thanks in large part to my mom for reading to us (me, my sisters, and brother) every night before bedtime.

Writing "Miracle," I discovered I enjoyed writing my own story (and controlling the outcome) even more than reading another author's.

"Chasing the Light" is an account of my own spiritual journey (thus far). It has been quite a challenge for me to reveal so much about myself, but God laid a burden on my heart to tell my story.

I'm married to my fantastic husband, Randy. We share our home with two Min-Pins (Ruby and Rose), and my sweet cockatiel, Levi.

If you've read "Miracle" or "Chasing the Light," please write a review. I sincerely appreciate the feedback.

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Review by: L. E. Gay on Feb. 02, 2015 :
What a touching, moving, encouraging story, not to mention an enlightening look behind the curtain of secrecy shrouding the Jehovah's Witness organization. This author has a way with language rivaled by few - truly delightful. But, even more amazing is the way she opens her heart in this work for all to see. What a brave, honest woman and enormously talented writer! Reader: do yourself a big favor and check out her other work, Miracle, as well.
Mrs. Tribble: please continue to delight us with more works.
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Review by: Denise Crappell on May 30, 2013 :
This is an incredible book, and a great resource for anyone who has a loved one in Jehovah's Witnesses, and does not know what to do, or what to say to them. Pam shares her struggles so openly, and honestly, you feel them right along with her! It's not just for people associated with JW's, however, but for anyone who was hurt or misled by "religion" and shows what a difference a personal relationship with Jesus can make! I highly recommend this book!
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