Jan Turrentine

Jan Turrentine

Jan Turrentine is editor of Adult Bible Studies, Adult Bible Studies Teacher, Daily Bible Study, and a variety of books and curriculum for Abingdon Press. Jan tolerates regular gym workouts, endures yard work, and enjoys fitness walking and reading. She is permitted to live with a gray cat named Jake.

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Live Justly and Work for Justice

By Jan Turrentine
Elie Wiesel was 15 years old when, along with his parents and three sisters, he was deported by the Nazis to Auchswitz. His mother and younger sister died there. He and his father … read more

Faith

By Jan Turrentine
“Faith for my deliverance is not faith in God. Faith means, whether I am visibly delivered or not, I will stick to my belief that God is love. There are some things only… read more

Obedient Risk

By Jan Turrentine
Many years ago, the company my father worked for transferred him to a job 1000 miles and five states away. The route was clearly marked, the income steady and certain. Yet my… read more

Etta and Billie

By Jan Turrentine
At the very large high school I attended, students were assigned to homerooms and lockers based on grade, sex, and first letter of last name. Homeroom is where I first encountered … read more

Holding Patterns

By Jan Turrentine
Years ago, my father and older brother took lessons and began flying single-engine airplanes. Occasionally when they would request clearance to land the plane at the airport… read more

Memory Loss

By Jan Turrentine
If we are honest, most of us will admit to walking from one room to another with a specific task in mind, only to forget why. Memory loss can be inconvenient, embarrassing, even… read more
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