An Executive’s Journey to Freedom Through Faith.

In Succeeding After Surviving Nona Jones shares lessons learned on her journey of discovering that outward success doesn’t erase the scars of past pain.

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While our hearts want to understand why tragedy happens, there is no explanation that can bring healing because healing is a choice.
— Nona Jones

Many aspire to achieve position, wealth, and notability because they assume success will erase the scars of past pain. Yet, in Succeeding After Surviving, Corporate Executive, Entrepreneur, and Preacher Nona Jones makes the case that being outwardly successful while inwardly broken is not God's perfect will for our lives.

Growing up in a home defined by dysfunction, abuse, and anger, Nona emerged through the grace of God to build a career that has taken her from the Boardroom to the White House to Silicon Valley. Although she thought physically moving away from her pain would end its effects on her, she learned that trauma doesn't have an address. The remnants of her childhood pain reverberated throughout her adulthood until God taught her how to walk in the victory He won on the cross.

In Succeeding After Surviving, Nona takes readers on a personal journey through the lessons she continues learning each day. And in those lessons resides God's power to heal, deliver, and restore us all so that we, too, can succeed after our storms.


About Nona Jones

Nona Jones is recognized as one of the world's foremost experts on leveraging social media for ministry, having built the faith-based partnerships strategy for the world's largest social network. She has held executive roles across the private, public, and nonprofit sectors and regularly travels the world teaching God's Word and equipping business and church leaders to deepen their impact through leading others. She has been profiled by ESSENCE Magazine as an Under 40 Woman to Watch and is a graduate of the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program, a joint initiative of President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush. She and her husband, Pastor Tim, lead a church together in Gainesville, Florida.