Transforming My Attitude Through Gratitude (Paperback)
This book contains a collection of journal entries on being grateful to God in all things using His many God names. The author is engaged in a thirty-day crusade with other believers to exalt, lift up, and give praise to the Most High God for His overflow of unconditional love and His unwavering grace and mercy. Under the instructions of the Holy Spirit, the author was given a charge to share her thoughts of gratitude with God's people to encourage and give them hope for a brighter future. As we face the devastating plague of COVID-19 among other afflictions, we can look to Jehovah-Shalom for peace and know that He is with us every step of the way. This book is designed to help us look for our blessings amid chaos as we transform our attitude through gratitude. Dr. Rhonda A. Jaudon is a recipient of a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Georgia Southern University, a Master of Science Degree in Education from Troy State University, an Education Specialist Degree from Lesley University, and a Doctorate Degree in Instructional and Organizational Leadership from Grand Canyon University. She is a retired administrator of the Glynn County School System with forty-plus years of service. She is the first African educator to receive the County Teacher of the Year in Glynn County Schools. Dr. Jaudon serves as a motivational speaker, youth advisor, church clerk as well as superintendent of Sunday at Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor L. Carl Brown, Jr. She is the wife of Robert T. Jaudon for thirty-seven years. They are the proud parents of two sons and five grandchildren. To God be the glory for all that He has done in my life.