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Happy Spring Jo,



If you have a Christian-based story of hope, survival, faith, and perseverance

to be considered for inclusion in the third edition of "The Book Lover's Companion," connect with Jo to receive the guidelines. All submissions are due by July 1, 2022.  Get your guidelines here.

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Jo speaking at

P.E.O. Int'l.  

Thank you to the local chapter of P.E.O. Int'l. A special thank you to Marylee Long for the invitation. This organization seeks to help women reach for the stars.

You can learn more about P.E.O. on the link below.  

Learn more about P.E.O. International

Connect with Jo here to speak before your women's group, churches, and organizations.
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Visit Jody's website and learn more.
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Yahweh Sisterhood Book Club

Join Jo and Jody Hudson on May 13th at 3:00 p.m. EST.

Connect with Jo and get your Zoom link.

May is Lyme Disease Awareness month. We are reading, "My Promise to Alex," by Jody Hudson with Penelope Childers.

Alex's Story 

"After ten years of being misdiagnosed and labeled a 'medical mystery', Alex Hudson passed away on March 24, 2018 at the tender age of 22. It wasn’t until May of 2017 that Alex was properly diagnosed with Lyme disease and Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS). Sadly, by that point, the years of battling Lyme disease had taken its toll on her body. From her bed, Alex would ask the same question over and over again: 'Are the doctors going to be able to help me?' 

A vibrant young woman who was known for her servant’s heart, Alex had been eager to further her education and attend UCLA with a full-ride scholarship. Unfortunately, Lyme disease and MCAS rerouted her path and she spent her final months rallying as a Lyme warrior. When she came to the realization that God had other plans for her, she asked her mother and best friend, Jody Hudson, to lead her crusade against Lyme disease and MCAS. The Alex Hudson Lyme Foundation was born out of Alex’s final wishes."

Jo and Mercy

Jo and Mercy spoke before a wonderful group of youth at The Chapel in Fort Wayne, Indiana. They shared their journey from abortion and other life challenges to healing they found with God. 

One of my favorite interviews.

This is one of my favorite interviews.

Join Jo Massaro, as she speaks with authors, Eric Eichinger and Eva Marie Everson. "The best race you run isn't the most important one. How you finish the Final Race matters more."

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