Jennifer Z. Wright

Biography

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Jennifer Z. Wright grew up near The University of Michigan where she studied art and became a Christian. She has a Bachelor of Religious Education and two years of graduate study in Biblical Literature. She served in singles and women's ministries and worked as a teacher and in childcare before marrying at thirty-nine.
She became an avid hiker, ascending four mountains over 14,000 ft. in elevation with her husband (he did many more) when they moved to Colorado where she developed a love for nature photography. Jennifer also enjoys biking, teaching and playing with her lively children and testifying to women's groups about the goodness of her Savior. She currently lives in North Carolina.

Where to find Jennifer Z. Wright online

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Books

A Perfect Love to Conquer Perfectionism
Price: Free! Words: 108,000. Language: English. Published: June 28, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Religious biography, Nonfiction » Relationships & Family » Dating
Perfectionism robs a young woman of the will to live. Then Christ's love restores her soul. Hearing God's voice and serving in thriving Christian community brings her freedom from anxiety and loneliness. Miraculous provision appears with big steps of faith. After seminary, a makeover leads to perplexing dating where she learns what matters most is not a man's money and status, but a kind heart.
Wounded Lambs in the Shepherd’s Embrace
Price: Free! Words: 101,130. Language: English. Published: January 1, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Relationships & Family » Adoption
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After a miscarriage and failed adoption attempts, I wonder if God has forgotten about me. Then we start foster parenting and I hear from heaven, "Now something VERY good is going to happen." Yet many children come and go. When I decline a cute baby because grandparents are approved for custody, God asks me to take him regardless of the outcome. I agree and enter a perilous battle for his life.