Bill Jones and his wife, Sharon, live in a rural area of southeastern Georgia where they attend a small community church. He has had inspirational articles published in Evangel, Keys to Living and The Christian Journal magazines and recently published his first book of devotional/inspirational stories.
Bill is, by trade, an electrical engineer (graduated from Georgia Tech) and has spent his career in the electric utility business, mainly in Savannah, Georgia. He and Sharon lived in Savannah for a time, and then moved “to the country.” They now live on a dirt road surrounded by fields and forests. That gives Bill the perfect location for gardening (his favorite hobby) and enjoying, and observing God’s creation.
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Thanks for stopping by.
You’re very welcome – and thanks to you too.
Hello Bill! I look forward to really diving into your blog. Also, thank you for following my blog at Faith1st Ministries. I hope it has and will continue to be a major blessing in your life. May God richly bless you as you continue to write and blog. Please continue with us on this journey and remember to have Faith 1st because the “just shall live by his faith.” — Sebastian
Thanks Sebastian for the follow also – hopefully a good journey for us both! God Bless.
You’re welcome Bill! I look forward to the fellowship. Blessings to you as well sir!
I really enjoyed the way you wrote your about in such an authentic way. I will be following you to see where God has you. If you get the time, please check out my Christian blog as well. Believers need to band together to get the message of Christ out to all the world. God bless you in your ministry!
Thanks Chris – I appreciate the encouragement. I also followed your blog and look forward to where God takes you.
Thanks for visiting servantsjournal.com. That post about my last Christmas with Grandpa is special to me. Thanks for the thumbs up. It was a night I’ll cherish the rest of my life.
You’re welcome – I enjoyed the post. Both of my Grandfathers were preachers but they passed away before I was old enough to know them very well. But, now that I’m a grandfather, I hope the Lord will bless me to make good memories with my grandson.
I just wanted to say how much I appreciate the follow of our blog. I never want to take it for granted.
P.S. Next week I’ll be introducing a new blog idea and will be asking for input. I sure would like for you to chime in with what you think.
Thanks and you’re welcome.
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