Jazz,Java & Jesus, a faith based and well sought after Christian devotional book written by Aleysha Proctor is now made available in audiobook.
The short devotion is a book that will help you with your relationship with Christ. Jass,Java &Jesus is a book that people have taken with them to the emergency room,and had the studio technician in tears just hearing about the goodness and faithfulness of God during the playback .
Jazz,Java &Jesus has earned many reviews from people who have read it. Below are reviews of the book.
“I thoroughly enjoyed Jazz-Java-Jesus. The short devotionals contained just enough “meat” without choking the reader and the activities at the end were relaxing. Two thumbs up to Ms. Proctor for effectively combining three powerful concepts.” – Wanda Campbell
“With a catchy name like “Jazz, Java & Jesus”, how can one not resist picking this book up? Because of that title, I decided to have a look at this book. I’m not a big one for devotionals – they seem all “fluff” and a quick thought of just getting that Bible reading in for the day with no real substance. Yes, I’m a real hard sell when it comes to this category of book.
“Jazz, Java & Jesus”, although listed as a devotional, is so much more. I found Ms. Proctor’s writing style engaging and personal.” – Theresa
“I finished this book in a hour or so, could not put it down. What a blessings! This book came out when my “Desire at Will” did in December 2009. It was a great desire and pleasure to read this book to help us through our trials, tests, and to continue to sing praises to God and trust He’ll bring us through.” – Adrienna
Jazz, Java & Jesus is available on Apple iBooks, Amazon
In 2007, Aleysha won the Entrepreneur of the Year award from the Washington, DC Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. And in 2008, she won Aspicomm Media’s Best Spiritual/Inspirational Book award for her first title, “With Style & Amazing Grace”.- Adrienna
In 2010, she was featured in CRAVE Washington, DC: The Urban Girl’s Manifesto book of 100 DC area entre-preneurs, and Writer’s Digest gave her third book, “Jazz, Java & Jesus” 5 stars.