Hi, I’m Jaci.

And I believe that nothing will transform our lives more than coming to know Jesus Christ and experiencing His life-changing power and grace. It’s what I write or speak or blog about every single chance I get.

On that note, would you like a sneak peek into my latest project? I just finished designing an online course for those (like me) who’ve at times turned to sugar for emotional comfort and support. While that may seem like it’s not that big of a deal, I think we often forget that the Lord can comfort our soul a thousand times better than the chocolate. In this series, I’ll teach you exactly how He can do it. The course is called:

Chocolate Can’t Fill Your Soul Hunger: Learning to Let the Lord Meet the Deep Emotional Needs of Your Heart

 

Here’s the intro video I posted on social media:

To see previews of the video lessons, hear testimonials from others, or get more info about this series, click here:
 Online Course

 

You can also check out this other little smattering of resources, links, and interviews if you’d like:

(Click on these thumbnails or the tab above to learn more about my books.)



To read reviews from the PRINCESS STORY BLOG TOUR, click here for the main blog tour page which has all the links to the different blogs that participated. (A huge thank you to all the bloggers who took the time to read the book and offer their thoughts!)

Some articles I’ve written for LDSLiving and LDSDaily can be found herehere, and here.

Here is a short 2 1/2 minute interview with Salt Lake City’s ABC4 anchor Nadia Crow. Nadia was an absolute delight to work with. Such a fun way to spend an afternoon!

Or you can go here to see my Latter Day Profiles interview that originally aired on BYUTV on November 30, 2014. I loved talking to Brian – a half hour has never gone so fast.

Finally, click here to check out my podcast on the Good Word Radio program. My thanks to Nick. He made the whole thing feel really easy.

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