Jackie Carpenter admits that she is not a writer, but God inspired her to write The Bridge: Between Cell Block A and a Miracle Is: Psalm 91, which narrates her family’s ultimate faith and victory. She believes that it is much needed to share her inspiring story to the rest of the world.
When her son was involved with a high-profile case of alleged murder, Jackie’s faith was tested. As a loving mother, Jackie rallied against a jury of 12, and struggled to fight for the innocence of her son, for peace and justice, nothing else mattered. Truly, Jackie’s strong faith paid off. Her son was found “not guilty”. After two months of her family’s victory, Jackie published The Bridge: Between Cell Block A and a Miracle Is: Psalm 91, a documented proof of God’s protection and deliverance.
Jackie Carpenter was born and raised in a Christian family in Newnan , Georgia. Her parents, Jack and Mary Jo Duncan gave her a memorable childhood through lots of quality time, participating in church services, and outdoor recreational activities.
Jackie is happily married to Larry Carpenter, her second husband whom she met at Newman Hospital during a joint venture for Mobile MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) service.
Later, Jackie moved to Ellaville, Georgia and worked with her husband for Diversified Imaging Services. The two have been working together since 1995. They have been traveling all over the world. In 2008, Larry built Jackie’s dream house, “Carpenter Place” where they gather for weekend retreats and spend family time.