By Covenant Press Release
Lessons for Life Taught in New Mother's Day Book
AMERICAN FORK, UTAH -- In her new release, Legacy of Love, beloved
author and speaker Lucile Johnson draws on her many years of
experience to offer an encouraging message to which women everywhere
will relate and respond.
Using her delightful wit and warmth, Lucile Johnson pays tribute to
her mother as she shares seldom-heard stories. "In sharing a few
precious memories of my mother, I express my love and admiration for
all mothers whose deepest desire is to rear happy, successful
children," said Johnson.
Through these experiences, Johnson learned some of life's most
important lessons-unconditional love was invented for children,
kindness can change the world and should be given to all, rich is a
state of mind, and the responsibility to be happy is ours alone. She
generously shares these lessons with wise and loving advice gained
through experience, example, and education.
"Today so many women are pulled in different directions, and Legacy
of Love reminds us
of and celebrates the sweet blessings and responsibilities of a
mother-in a guilt-free way," said co-author JoAnn Jolley. "Lucile
shows us all that the highest measure of success is found in the eyes
of a child."
"With more than a dozen titles and 100,000 copies sold, Lucile has
definitely reached literary success," said Robby Nichols, Vice
President of Marketing at Covenant Communications. "Yet Lucile would
place all of this as secondary to her greatest accomplishments-five
children, twenty-three grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren."
Legacy of Love by Lucile Johnson with JoAnn Jolley is published by
Covenant Communications ($9.95 hardcover, $9.95 book on cassette).
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lucile Johnson has been a popular speaker at Know Your Religion,
Education Week, and Women's Conference for twenty years. She went
back to school in her fifties and earned a Marital and Family
Counseling degree. Since that time, she has addressed thousands of
people-many of them women-and has touched their lives and hearts.
She currently has residences in both Orem and Salt Lake City.