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Review | Author Bio | Read an Excerpt Jerusha Clark's Bio: Jeramy and Jerusha Clark have ministered in churches for a combined twenty-five years.
After meeting at The First Evangelical Free Church of Fullerton, where the Clarks both served in youth ministry, they moved to Monument, Colorado where they worked with students at Tri-Lakes Chapel.
I could practically feel him looking down his nose at me every time we went out — that is, until he started drinking himself. He had zero tolerance for alcohol but he still managed to chastise me for getting too tipsy. I’ve noticed a lot of self-proclaimed nice guys have this fault in common.
They think their opinion is some sort of gift to the world.
He told me that their relationship was basically over, but he wanted to break up with her face-to-face when she got back home.
I was a little over 21 at the time, so I still preferred going out dancing to sitting at home in my PJs.
He was a strict Catholic so I tried to veer away from certain topics, but he just couldn’t stop himself from telling me why my personal beliefs were wrong. I started dating this guy because I thought it was the “adult” thing to do at the time.
I thought I had found someone that practiced what he preached and was unashamed of his moral compass.
Both Jeramy and Jerusha love serving God within the church and through the written word.
Jerusha Clark has co-authored four books with her husband, Jeramy, three of which deal with the ever-important topic of opposite-sex relationships.
He’d claim that every girl he ever dated took advantage of him in some way and every single one of them ended up leaving him for someone else. After a little while, his true colors began to show.