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BACK COVER: In Letters to Her, Jennifer Imediegwu delivers eight heartfelt powerful letters with an overarching message that God has a divine plan for your life and that plan is revealed through your vertical relationship with Him. It is lived out through your horizontal relationships with others, for the ultimate purpose to glorify Him. Jennifer takes you on a journey in deepening your relationship with God, discovering your calling, and discerning how God uses your relationships to impact and facilitate your God-sized destiny. In light of your vertical relationship with God, Letters to Her takes you front and center to the issues that can hinder you most, including dysfunctional family relationships and unhealthy dating practices. She then shows you how your life can be reclaimed and restored at the foot of the Cross. Through dynamic biblical examples, Jennifer illuminates how godly friendships, mentoring relationships, and a marital relationship built on biblical principles are fundamental in having a robust successful life. Letters to Her will inspire and motivate you to fall in love with Jesus, maximize your potential, and achieve greatness in every aspect of your life for God’s Glory.

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ABOUT AUTHOR: Jennifer Imediegwu is a wife and mom, who also enjoys a robust professional life as an Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorney in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A native of Detroit, Jennifer graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy with a policy concentration in Education from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. She went on to receive her Juris Doctorate from University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Jennifer met her husband, Chino Imediegwu, an Engineering and Business Leader, in 2006 at a bookstore in Ann Arbor, Michigan, near U of M’s campus. What many would consider a complete chance meeting, Jennifer and Chino recognized very quickly that it was a divine appointment orchestrated by God. They began their journey as husband and wife on June 14, 2008, and after ten years of marriage, while having three amazing sons along the way and building busy robust careers, Jennifer and Chino recognize more than ever that “Unless the Lord builds the house, we labor in vain.” (Psalms 127:1).

While Jennifer is passionate about working with individuals and families to achieve their estate planning goals, her greatest desire is to be the woman God is calling her to be and equip and encourage other women to do the same. The lessons she shares in Letters to Her are derived from her own personal journey of faith, family, and love with God’s amazing grace through it all. 

When Jennifer is not busy with family and work, she enjoys reading, travel, and cooking new dishes! Jennifer is a member of the Elder Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin, The Association of Women Lawyers (AWL), The Wisconsin Association of African American Attorneys (WAAL), and the Milwaukee Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated. She and her family are active members of Life Church in German-town, Wisconsin, where she is actively engaged in the women’s and children’s ministries.

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I thought I'd take a few questions from Jennifer's new devotional for you all to answer - Things to ponder

1. Was your mom a nurturer, manager of the home, and help meet to your dad? How did she fulfill this role or not, and how do you think this impacted your life?

2. Winston Churchill is quoted as saying, "Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts."

What does that mean to you?

3. What sort of messaging are you bombarded with via the television, internet, and social media? How do you deal with them?

4. Do you read from a devotional? Why or why not? If so, What kinds of things do you look for in a devotional?

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The Quilt looks beautiful and very warm and cozy! Good Luck everybody!

1 . Yes my mom was a helpmeet to my dad and later my step dad. She took care of us and the home and was an example to me. She was blessed to be able to stay at home. I think having her there mattered a lot in my growing up....that sense of security.

My mom was a working mom. She worked hard most of her life to take care of us. My dad was an alcoholic and she had to deal with that until he passed away at age 46. My mom would give you her last dime if she thought you needed it. She lived with me the last 11 months of her life until she passed away on Thanksgiving Day 2017. I miss her so much. There’s just something special about a mother/daughter relationship like no other!

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My Mom was the greatest.

She cooked, cleaned, took care of us and our Dad.

I am nothing like her but I do the best I can.

That is awesome! You are surely blessed!
I do read from a devotional. In fact I have a wide variety of devotionals . It helps me to start my conversations each day with God. I find them to be inspiring.
Wonderful Kristin! I totally agree!
My Mom stayed home with me and my two siblings. She took care of our home and family. Of course as a kid I didn’t really appreciate all that she did. I took her for granted. I didn’t realize how awesome she was until I had my own household and family to take care of.
I totally agree! It’s easy to not understand the sacrifice of a mom watching from a distance, but when you become one you soon realize all the sacrifice, responsibility, and joy of motherhood!

I read several devotionals and also write devotions. I like input that offers new insights or background info and enriches my bible study.

2. the saying means to me that I need to just keep going even if I have failures. They won't kill me! There are lessons to learn but I need to keep going. 

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