Jennifer Dukes Lee is a storyteller and a grace dweller. She and her husband are raising crops, pigs, a herd of cats, and two humans on the Lee family farm in Iowa. She is the author of Love Idol, a book that started a movement of women who declared that they are “preapproved” in Christ. Their battle cry is this: “We’ve had enough of the ‘not-enoughs.’”
Jennifer blogs about faith and life at JenniferDukesLee.com. She is a contributing writer for Dayspring’s (in)courage and for TheHighCalling.org. She used to cover crime, politics, and natural disasters as a news reporter for several Midwestern metropolitan daily newspapers. Now, she uses my reporting skills to chase after the biggest story ever: the redemptive story of Christ. (That’s front-page news.)
Jennifer clings to the hope of a cross, and she’s passionate about sharing the Good News through story. She believes in miracles; she is one. She marvels at God’s unrelenting grace for stumbling sinners like her, who have been made whole through Christ. She believes in scandalous grace, and that the cross is the most priceless and costly gift the world has ever seen. She believes that it really is all because of Jesus.
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