How far have you allowed yourself to go?
Are you standing on the edge of the abyss, looking over and considering that last step?
Are you treading water, about ready to go under for the last time, unable or—worse—unwilling to continue the struggle?
Are you asking yourself, How is it even possible to feel this way when I am surrounded by so many blessings?
12 November 2021 – Nashville, TN – SO FAR, SO GOOD (…but it was touch and go there for a while) is Jody McBrayer’s life story, a testimony to the power of faith. Releasing November 23rd with Lucid Publishing and the foreword written by Dr. Roger Breland, SO FAR SO GOOD shares how God met Jody in unimaginable and miraculous ways. His life beautifully lays out life like a mosaic—opportunities of acclaim among moments of regret, deep heartbreak, and personal disappointment, all culminating in a life destined for purpose.
If you have ever felt alone, uncertain, or overwhelmed, or questioned why God has allowed difficult circumstances to become part of your personal narrative, Jody’s story is for you. Every word comes with the hope that you will find healing and comfort in knowing you are not alone.
“Over the last several years I’ve come to realize that there is healing in knowing you’re not alone,” Jody McBrayer shares. “There is hope in feeling that you’re not the only one. This book is not just about my life, it’s about sharing the miraculous faithfulness of God and how, even through the most difficult of circumstances, He has always been there working on my behalf. My prayer is that through these words, someone will see themselves in me and find comfort, strength, and understanding. I pray it will help them to see that Jesus doesn’t just love them, He is absolutely crazy about them and He will never stop working on their behalf.”
Jody McBrayer is best known for being a member of the award-winning groups Avalon and Cana’s Voice. In addition to his group endeavors, Jody is also a solo artist, speaker, and worship leader. He has traveled the world telling his story and utilizing his gifts with countless people in the hope that through sharing his life experiences, others will be changed for the better. Jody lives in Franklin, Tennessee, with his wife, Stephanie, and their daughter, Sarah-Clayton.