Comments about Jo as a speaker
Dr. Robert Seymour, seminary teacher, retired pastor, Valley View Southern Baptist Church, Snowflake, Arizona. “With stories you can’t forget, Jo captures the audience with humor and wisdom.”
Deedo Wooley, Red Hat Queen and President, Pinetop Prissie’s Red Hats, Pinetop, Arizona. “We always enjoy Jo’s funny and zany talks. They give us a smiles and energy!”
Nancy Stidham, pastor’s wife, Cornerstone Community Church, Lakeside, AZ. “As keynote at our Women’s Fellowship Fair, Jo inspired an enthusiastic crowd with her humor, stage antics, and solid Biblical message.”
Wanda Pratt, Women’s Retreat Coordinator, Burton Camp, August, 2013 “Jo has a way of taking a serious subject and making it funny and informative. She taught a workshop at our women’s retreat called, “Can Kermit and Miss Piggy Live Happily Ever After? A Biblical Concept of Marriage.” We enjoyed it so much!
Comments about Jo as an author/communicator
Which Button Do You Push to Get God to Come Out?
“I love this devo! Using (LOL) laugh out loud personal experiences, author Jo Russell skillfully weaves Scripture into the craziness of real life and encourages the reader to apply Biblical principles to her own harried everyday life. An uplifting and smile-provoking read!”
Debora M. Coty, award-winning author of Too Blessed to Be Stressed and Mom NEEDS Chocolate.
“Have you ever thought life would take you down and hold you there forever? Throw out those black thoughts! Each story is a gem, a treasure every one of us needs to cuddle up with every day.”
Penny Porter, frequent speaker and author of seven books, most recently Adobe Secrets, as well as contributor to more than ten books and fourteen Chicken Soup for the Soul anthologies.
Other Comments from Amazon.com:
Wonderful book! User ID: Deedo (retired school teacher)
This is an amazing, funny, inspirational book that any woman would enjoy. It is geared to all readers and while you read, it takes you on a journey of your own. The author has a true gift for reaching women of all ages, socio economic backgrounds and levels of spirituality.
Fun and Humorous! User ID: MimiWoo (U of Alaska)
This book is lots of fun with great lessons available at the end of each week for study. I liked that I could read it for the humor, then go back and use it as a individual study. I also like that the author writes in plain language as if I were talking with her personally. Great for women in all stages of life.
Great Devotional! User ID: bonbon84 (New Life Pregnancy Center)
I read the first day’s pages and didn’t want to stop. I like the real world stories paired with Bible verses. I can relate to a lot of the stories. I am a mom to a busy 3 year old, work part-time and volunteer, this book allows me to get a compact, inspirational quiet time in during my busy day.
Zany Spiritual Guide! User ID: C. Donato “kweenb” (Surgeon – Yuma, Arizona)
There are several ways to enjoy this zany spiritual quide. Read it just for the humorous stories, study it as a Bible tool, or soak up the hope and positive outcome that shines through. Russell, a prolific writer, has made it a fun read for all.