She shared her life, love, and a listening ear to family, friends, and Methodist congregations across northern Alabama for thirty years. She and Benny tried to focus on a ministry of compassion for the least, sharing God’s love in simple ways by caring and being a friend.
The author is the love of my life for fifty-three years now. She was such a wonderful minister’s wife and was an asset in our years of ministry in the church. She gave us a great daughter, in Tawyna Rene’ Cosper Cash. The words in this book come from the heart. If she says it, it is true. I have always appreciated Janice’s honesty and her caring spirit. I could not have been the minister God wanted me to be without her, and that is the reason God gave her to me in the first place.
Facing a dirt road was a small three-room frame house with a mud and rock chimney; it was 6 feet off the ground at one end and parallel to the ground on the other. This little house with the red-brick siding accompanied a chilly November day when Swann and Irene Boyd welcomed the birth of their first child.
Janice Cosper has focused on true happenings in her life from birth until 1994. A native of Wedowee, Randolph County, Alabama, a graduate of Randolph County High School, Marsh Business College, Atlanta, Famous Writers School, Connecticut, she attended Kentucky Mountain Bible College, Kentucky. She is married fifty-three years to one man; a wife, mother, “Grand,” artist, writer, retired secretary, and antique dealer who likes traveling, nature, music, hats, hot coffee, angels, and bluebirds.