Jo Ann Brandon
Jo Ann Brandon is a psychotherapist by trade and a seeker of knowledge. She currently works with active duty Marines and Sailors at Camp Pendleton, California. Brandon has worked for nearly 30 years in the mental health field, from psychiatric hospitals to private practice. She has a Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work and is a licensed Clinical Social Worker in California and Texas. Prior to moving to the San Diego area, Brandon lived in Austin, Texas for 20 years. Her hometown is San Antonio, Texas.
All of Brandon’s prior publications are in workplace publications such as policy development and procedural manuals. Jo Ann has also been a speaker at the Texas Lesbian Conference. Brandon has a deep passion for knowledge and has studied the Bible for many years with a critical eye and a discernment for the truth.
Hope Restored: Searching the Scriptures About Homosexuality
by Jo Ann Brandon
With in-depth exploration of the Hebrew and Greek scriptures, this book brings clarity to a subject long ignored or misunderstood by the church. Whether you are straight, a friend or family member of a gay person, struggling with your identity, or gay-identified, this work will bring hope to your soul about the loving nature of God as well as his still applicable standards for Christian lifestyle
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