Calvary Women's Banquet
6pm November 9, 2019
Calvary Baptist, Murfreesboro, TN
Praise for The Inheritance
“Johannah Mackin has presented a life in mid-journey, full of hope, prayer, pain, and perseverance. Any parent, any person will benefit from her admissions, honesty, and her surrender to the God who desires our good. She uses her own story to reveal the human story of the courageous struggle we must all go through to add more to life than we take from it. We need more of such encouragement in a world where the light of life can be dimmed by how we run from our neediness..”
Chip Dodd, author of Voice of the Heart, Needs of the Heart, and the Perfect Loss
"I am certain you will enjoy getting to know Johannah from the pages of The Inheritances as much I have in her everyday life. The stories she tells will no doubt inspire you to share your life with others. If you read one book this year, make it The Inheritance."
Pastor, Christian Life Church
“The Inheritance was the last, and best book I read in 2018. It was such a beautiful summary of what God has been ministering to my heart, the end of me. This is a story about an ordinary man who understood that the only way to live an extraordinary life was to surrender it to Jesus, every bit of it. His life was a gift to thousands, and the inheritance to his descendants. Jojo, as I lovingly call this extraordinary author, takes us through the highlights of his life by creating a parallel with her own story. Get ready to laugh and cry, while your heart melts in wonder to the love of Jesus and your soul awakens to seek more of him. What is your inheritance? What are you leaving behind? Get yourself a copy of this marvelous masterpiece!" Geyzel G
“So raw and real and vulnerable. I didn’t want it to end.” Rebecca B
“I probably should be studying for finals but instead I can’t stop reading.” Grace M
“Johannah’s book, The Inheritance, stopped me in my tracks! It is a beautiful love story...trickling down from the Father... to her grandfather...to her...to my children and to me. We each are called to share our “inheritance.” Johannah was our son’s teacher when I was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer. God steps into each of our lives in different ways and she tells her story so beautifully! So beautifully, that it will inspire you to tell yours! It certainly has made me more willing to share mine. “ Jean Alyne D
Johannah's heart is to encourage and equip people to courageously live out their stories . She has learned that stories are inviting and intimate and meant to be shared. God doesn't erase chapters, He keeps them and uses them for our good and for His glory.