Bury Me with My Pearls: Humor with a Spiritual Twist

October 29, 2019 - Comment

Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award – Gold Medal Winner, Illumination Book Awards Enjoy this real-life, roller-coaster ride of laughter, tears, and stomach-churning truths by a Southern professional speaker, humorist, and singer who, as Miss South Carolina, represented her state in the Miss America pageant and has been singing, speaking, and writing ever

Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award – Gold Medal Winner, Illumination Book Awards

Enjoy this real-life, roller-coaster ride of laughter, tears, and stomach-churning truths by a Southern professional speaker, humorist, and singer who, as Miss South Carolina, represented her state in the Miss America pageant and has been singing, speaking, and writing ever since. Incorporating the analogy of pearls, this inspirational book uses humor and spiritual principles to bravely address difficult issues many in her audiences encounter within changing roles, self-actualization, and families.

Bury Me with My Pearls is funny and motivational, addressing the importance of how to guard the countless gifts given by our Lord and that doing the right thing is the right thing regardless of our feelings or circumstances. This personal development book is about trusting God in all things and how he can turn our irritants into pearls. Bury Me with My Pearls encourages us to develop our pearls, protect our jewels, carefully wear them next to our hearts, and share with others. As a speaker and author, Jane shares this with a good splash of humor.

Explore how to walk in love while pruning the family tree in an environment filled with difficult people. See how God’s power is released when learning to trust Him, to embrace the lessons being taught, and to grow spiritually no matter how painful. Like the process of the pearl, so many women need to find and embrace their buried treasures.

The author is a CPAE Hall of Fame Speaker

Comments

Anonymous says:

A WONDERFUL BOOK ABOUT FAMILY AND HUMOR AND MOST OF ALL LOVE This woman is a Southern woman. The customs, speech patterns and values are very small town Southern.I love it. I grew up in Texas. And a good portion of what Ms Herlong describes are things very familiar.She writes about life growing up in a small town atmosphere. Everyone knows everyone, and she was related to a good number of the neighbors. She loves the people and the place and the time. That love comes through to the reader.We learn about her…

Anonymous says:

Winner A great book of humorous life lessons by a southern pageant queen who really knows her pearls. I read it in one sitting, on the two year anniversary of my beloved mother’s passing. There were so many things in this book that resonated with me. I don’t know you, Jane, but I could almost be you. Thank you for writing this.

Anonymous says:

Read this book if you like to giggle This is a very funny book filled with tips on leading a more joyful life, encouragement in difficult situations (which the author calls “dark pearls”), humor involving being a beauty queen and a true Southern gal, and handling sad family situations. When she faced a family member who hates her, she prayed, cried, and believed at first that by acting as a Christian the relationship would heal. When it didn’t she shares “mend your fences before the stampede” and learn to establish boundaries for…

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