Jo Massaro Ministries

She is clothed in strength and dignity; she can laugh without
fear of the future.

Proverbs 31:25
Author of the Month, PeggySue Wells.
  • PeggySue Wells is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of 30 books translated into eight languages. When not writing, Wells parasails, skydives, snorkels, scuba dives, and takes pilot training. She is the author of The Patent, Chasing Sunrise, Homeless for the Holidays, The Slave Across the Street, The Girl Who Wore Freedom, and The Ten Best Decisions A Single Mom Can Make. The solo mom of seven, she is the founder of Connect with PeggySue Wells at
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Listen to her tips on these podcasts:
The Next Right Thing on Family Life Today
Women in history is a new recurring
monthly article.
If you would like to suggest someone to highlight, connect with Jo.
Frances Jane Crosby (March 24, 1820 - February 12, 1915) more commonly known as Fanny Crosby, lost her sight as a child because of an infection and subsequent poor medical treatments.
Fanny did not let this disability stop her from being a very prolific hymn writer, having authored more than 8,000 songs, generally set to popular tunes of the time.
Crosby was the mind behind many hymns that are still in use, including "Blessed Assurance," "To God be the Glory," "Near the Cross," and "Pass me not, O Gentle Savior."
In addition to being a hymnist, Fanny was also an author of poetry, with her first published work, titled "A Blind Girl and Other Poems," released in 1844.
Listen to two YouTube
versions of Blessed Assurance.

40 Days of Lent with Liz Curtis Higgs.

Join Jo as she reads along with Liz Curtis Higgs for the next 40 days starting, Wednesday, March 2nd. Join her Facebook page and follow along.

Resources, conferences, and more.
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Check out Jo's resource page for information on conferences, websites, books, and more. If you have one you would like to add, connect with Jo.

Looking ahead.

Connect and schedule Jo to speak, either in person or virtually. Click below to see where she is speaking next.

Are you interested in learning more about writing? Each month, I will be highlighting different areas and connecting you with resources.

Jo is President of a Word-Weavers online group, called "Pages 44." We meet monthly online the second Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to noon. If you would like to learn more about Word Weavers or join my group, check out the website below. Be sure to ask for "Pages 44" to join my online group.