Final Grace for Reverend G

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She has reached the final stages of Alzheimer’s still, Reverend G finds ways to bring encouragement and humor to the residents of Cove Creek. The cast of characters at the assisted living facility widens around her, even as her world begins to shrink. She becomes a grandmother and her relationship with Chris deepens through need and grace. Meanwhile, the disease is always there, robbing her of memories and now, even her words. But even as Reverend G struggles to communicate with her friends and family, she remains steadfastly honest in prayer. Once worried about forgetting God, the brave little minister discovers that He will never forget her.

Retail Price: $13.99 (plus S/H)
Release Date: August 2015
Page Count: approx 200
Size: 5.25″ x 8″
Binding: Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-936501-26-7


RJ Thesman PicR.J. THESMAN is a Certified Writing Coach who loves to help other writers birth their words. Thesman also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. She has published 8 books, 700+ articles and her work has appeared in 14 anthologies. She is the author of the popular Reverend G trilogy (The Unraveling of Reverend G, Intermission for Reverend G, and Final Grace for Reverend G), published by CrossRiver Media. Her most recent book Sometimes They Forget – Finding Hope in the Alzheimer’s Journey is a compilation of essays and meditations for caregivers.

Thesman enjoys teaching workshops, speaking at various venues, reading, gardening and cooking – especially anything with blueberries. You can follow her on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Goodreads. Check out her website at

“I quickly began to care about and root for Reverend G and the way she faces life with courage and humor… Thesman has created a truly delightful person that I’d like to know.” – JoHannah Reardon, Christianity Today.

“RJ Thesman expresses herself so well. She writes beautifully.” – Keith Johnson, Johnson County Gazette.

“This book is written in such down to earth, real life language that I found myself feeling a part of Reverend G’s family.” –  MG “Mary”,

“RJ did such a great job of developing Reverend G as a character, displaying her relationship with God in a real way, showing the progression of the disease and the real struggles that come with it.” – Naomi,