Interview with spiritual author Ezreaonne Jackson

Today’s special guest is
spiritual writer, Dr. Ezreaonne Jackson to chat with us about her new book, The Secret Mandate of Rahab
Retired from being a Senior Pastor and refocused to
oversee her Spiritual daughter’s pastoral mandate, Dr. Ezreaonne Jackson
embraces a new chapter in her life.  Her
endeavors are to further her education to include Marketing and Media, serve
her community, utilize life coaching skills, embark on International ministry
and expand her literary expressions. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree
in Theological Studies from the Regency Christian College in Jacksonville,
Florida and received an Honorary Doctorate in Ministry from Trinity Bible
College in Richmond, VA.

Dr. Ezreaonne Jackson’s message is one that is precise in
the strategy of developing and defining vision and purpose.

Welcome, Ezraonne. Please tell us about your current release.
The Secret Mandate of Rehab is an intimate awe-inspiring Memoir of some of the critical pivotal
and crucial events that shaped young years of my life written with intentions
to draw the readers into facing the secrets of despair in the own lives and
walking them to the light of freedom from those traumas that have hindered them
from being the great person they are intended to be. I reached into the life of
a great biblical woman named Rahab of the Old Testament that was a prostitute
in her generation, but through the providence of the God of Israel was
instrumental in helping the Jewish nation strategize the demise of the great
fortress Jericho. Her life was rewarded with becoming the ancestor of the
Ancient King David and Jesus Christ was born through her bloodline.
What inspired you to write this book?
As an expositor of the
gospel and public speaker I was always referring to historical persons and
realized that my life was so parallel to many of the women in scripture and
several great black motivators of freedom that I had come to love and
appreciate. Many have been inspired by Biblical characters like Rahab, Hannah,
Bathsheba, Deborah, Martha, and Mary. Heroines like Sojourner Truth, Harriet
Tubman, Susan B. Anthony, Cosmonaut Ellen Baker, Civil Right Activist Rosa
Parks, Condoleeszza Rice, and the plethora or women in all facets of life who
are movers and shakers. I believed that I had something to contribute to the
world that would cause a change to propel innovation and advancement.
“My rage went underground
seething in its apparent thoughts of injustice and anger regarding my
relationship with my father and the lost innocence and deprivation of affection
from a parent. It would visit me again after salvation.” A Fit of Rage, Chapter
7, Page 43
What exciting story are you working on next?
Church Folks. It
is a true story told as a novel of the emotional roller-coaster antics of the
institution church and how it has effected its aggregation over the last 30
When did you first consider yourself a writer?
I had never considered
myself a writer. Writer was required for my speaking engagements and workshops.
After stubbing through my thoughts and nights of earnest study I found a place
to release my message through writing. If writing found it place in academia, I
knew that I could release emotional anguishes of my heart through the pen.
Do you write full-time? If so, what’s your work day like? If not,
what do you do other than write and how do you find time to write?
No, I do not write full
time though the thought of writing is constantly on my mind. I am a gospel
preacher, Bishop, spiritual coach and mentor.
What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?
Bringing the relevance
to the reader and allowing them to express their moment of realization.
As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
I think I thought of
being a nurse but my childhood was snatch so faced I did not dream much.
Anything additional you want to share with the readers?
These interviews are interesting
as I am realizing new entities about myself that lie dormant and have surface
to open windows of opportunity for me.
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Thank you, Ezreaonne.

Tour hosted by Write Now Literary 

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