Today is show and tell–childhood photographs pre and post polio. Click on the Syd Savvy image then scroll down in the blog to see my pin-ups. I certainly did not know at that age what the Lord had in store for me and for my angels. God bless you, Jack
Join me today for a trip back in time–to Emmottville, where I was born and raised. It was a melting pot of siblings, in-laws, grandparents and 45 cousins. What a joy for me. PawPaw knew how to raise a tribe. Click on Books and Broomsticks image and scroll down a bit for the Emmottville story. God bless you, Jack.
This morning, I woke up to the kind words shared in CGB’s review of Bending Angels. The Lord works in mysterious ways to put the right tool in the hands of His children at the right time. Thank you, CGB. Click on the CGB Blog Tours image and scroll down a bit for the review in the blog. God bless you, Jack.
Always Dreaming wins the Kentucky Derby. At the start of sixth grade, my dreams were nightmares. Read about how a seven year old angel on the school bus changed my life in this excerpt from Bending Angels. Click on the StoreyBook Reviews image and scroll down a bit for the excerpt in the blog. God bless you, Jack.
Enjoy this 27 minute interview where Jack, Shawn and Brian discuss iron lungs, angels, wonderful mothers, and how dark times refine the soul. The time will just fly by. In addition to a focus on Bending Angels: Living Messengers of God’s Love, they discuss why Prayerful Passages: Asking God’s Help in Reconciliation, Separation and Divorce is so important today.
On Tuesday, August 2, 2016, Jack H. Emmott Chaired the 11th Annual Collaborative Law Luncheon at the 45th Advanced Family Law Conference at the Marriott RiverCenter in San Antonio, Texas. This year’s Program featured the award winning Pro Bono Collaborative Law Program created under the leadership of Collaborative Divorce Texas and the Collaborative Law Section of the State Bar of Texas along with Houston Volunteer Lawyers (HVL) .
On the Panel pictured here were Amanda Chester, a pro bono consumer, who had been represented by Gray Reed & McGraw, her collaborative attorney, Jack H. Emmott, attorney, Norma Trusch who spearheaded the program for Collaborative Divorce Texas and Alissa Gomez, Executive Director of HVL. At the conclusion of the Program the panel received a standing ovation.