July 2014 Newsletter

Everything Must Change

That is the title of a 1974 song by Bernard Ighner and it was undoubtedly based on Ecclesiastes 3 of the Bible.

With that, it is with sadness that I inform you of some of the changes that have taken place in my life. As of May 1st I have become a part of another statistic. The first one was the prison statistic. Now it’s divorce. I won’t get into details but suffice it to say that a younger woman was involved in the mix.

I have moved but I am still in the metro Atlanta area. I am still working part-time and I will continue to try and make a difference in each area that I touch.

Sad ChildThe saddest news is that in order for me to move forward I have to scale back this blog.

As of August 1st, this blog site, www.sherrypeeljackson.org, will not necessarily contain a monthly newsletter.

I will continue occasionally with news, information and blogs, but my main focus will be correcting my health issues and growing my Titus 2 International Women’s Ministry website, which is www.titus2345.org.

Titus 2:3-5 tells the older women (that’s me now) to teach the younger women how to be real women. Although the ministry is mostly for women I am sure men can learn from some of the things that I will be saying, especially about finances.

All of my updates and speaking engagements will continue to be posted on this blog. For example, I may be in Northern Virginia around July 25th and near Houston, Texas around August 1st. I will add details to this blog site as they become available.

Also, if you want to contact me you can still do it here on this blog site. When I visit different cities for conferences I would love to meet you, so I will keep informing you of my travels.

Please note that I have not given up on the truth or the ideals that I so deeply hold. I have just chosen a different path to achieve the goals that I feel are most imperative now that my life has taken a sharp turn. As things develop I may regularly blog here, but the subject matter will concentrate on problem solving.

I would like to thank you all for being a part of the conversation over this last two years, and I pray that you continue to think and grow, and fight for freedom and justice.

This is Sherry Peel Jackson, moving on and up!

 

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  • Desert Rose

    Praying for you Sherry…

  • badbob12345

    Sherri, my wife and I helped a group of five Egyptian Christians escape from being crucified in Egypt. They are now living near Jonesboro. They are in the process of attaining asylum here in the US. Three of the women have spoken in churches and Christian schools in the area; they survive on donations. They tell of the persecution and abuse they received as Christians while in Egypy … and the persecution that their families in Egypt are enduring today. I am going to send this newsletter and your Titis address to them; they may contact you. If you see an e-mail from Magda Thomas, this is the matriarch of the group. Bob Holtzclaw

  • JDubb

    I’m so sorry to hear this! Divorce is a horrible thing… my life was ripped to shreds by it. I know you are strong, but I will pray for you!

  • randykeith1 .

    Sherry, I will be praying for you and your family. Divorce is the most destructive force our enemy can direct against our families. It is devastating but it is NOT the end. You will help your family as you continue your Spiritual growth onward and upward.

  • derrick

    Sherry, you are a strong, brilliant, resilient woman of character. I’ve followed you for some time from the old days of speaking the truth about the IRS. This to shall pass and you will overcome
    D.Wimbley, Atlanta

  • Sandy

    I’m so sorry to hear of this, Sherry. Press on, our lord is faithful and will use this to make you more like his Son. (Romans 8:28 & 29)

  • Americanslave Indc

    Sherry this is a very shocking announcement. I am very sorry this has happened to you. Life is just full of unexpected bizarre surprises. At the same time though, most of us (especially those who have gone through what you have) continue to constantly evolve and grow stronger. Unfortunately “he” was not one of us. Somewhere among the confusion of the past few years he hit a weak spot. Only the strong survive.

  • Kevin Johnson

    Sherry, you will become stronger, everything has a season. I have learned a lot from you and will keep you in my heart as I pray.

  • Coloradoken

    Sherry, I am very sorry to hear about your divorce. I am divorced as well and it was the worst thing I have experienced in my life. The negative feelings of divorce lasted many years. However, I want to focus on the positive. I consider you a great American. I listened to your presentation I believe it was the Sheraton Hotel on Hampden in Denver in April 2004. You are a leader and have tremendous courage to bring the truth to Americans. If I was president, one of the things I’d do is wipe your record, Pete Hendrickson’s, Frank Kowalik, Wesley Snipes, and many others records clean of alleged income tax violations. God bless you. You will be in my prayers. Never give up!

  • Walter

    Dearest Sherry, I feel more pity for your husband than I do for you. Yes, you have lost your marriage, and therefore a lifelong dream. And that is certainly tragic enough. But he has lost you, one of the choicest of all of the daughters of God. He has also lost his self respect as well as the respect of others. He has lost his dignity, his pride, his reputation, and his honor. I guarantee you the day will come when he will figure this out for himself. I will pray for both of you. There must be something you needed to learn that could only be learned this way. God will get you through this, and you will be the better off for it. I will always love you as a lady, a Mother, a friend, and a champion for liberty.

  • Laura Phares-Wilson

    Hi Sherry, You have been such a great inspiration to so many people that you do not even know of. I have been through very painful divorces – due to my former husbands getting into alcohol, women, drugs, etc, and I had been duped because I was not the kind of person who would do those things…so I was easily duped by the people who WOULD do those kinds of things. I have also been abducted and had years of my life taken away wrongly, just like you. We are strong women, women of impeccable character. I just signed into Karat Bars because I just found out about it recently and then I found your You Tube presentation about Karat Bars. I am now an Alternative Media talk show host and would love to have you on as a guest. Please contact me. Love You !

  • Lloydl333

    I am sad to hear of the problems in your life. You have a great attitude. My prayers are for your strength and good fortune.
    God won’t give you more that you can handle.
    I been there and life goes on and changes for the better.
    Best of everything to you.

  • Stuart Perkins

    Divorce is a lot like death. When we have “become one”, and that one is divided assunder, it can be one of the most painful things in life. You have my condolences. Sometimes, the stresses of life can be very destructive…especially when those stresses include standing for what is right against all odds. You are an inspiration to those of us who are “in the know”. Hang in there, and hang on to God. He already knew what was going to happen, and already has a plan for you. Keep the faith.