In a land far away…

I AM a Princess…how do I know? My father called me Princess most of my life!  My given name is Jacqueline Johnson, and I am delighted to be co-author with Jeanna Young for the Princess Parables Series. The purpose of this new blog, is to love and encourage you wonderful mothers - working so hard to raise your children with character and love for Jesus.


I was born in St. Joseph, Missouri as our country was resurfacing from its worst Depression.  I attended parochial schools and I was baptized, catechizemized, confirmed and on my way to hell!  I knew something real was missing in my life and I desperately needed purpose and definition to all that was going on around me.  While attending the University of Arizona, pledging Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, I was challenged to visit a church that introduced me to a God I could know personally through the sacrifice of His Son, Jesus Christ.  This was the missing piecea person!  When Christ walked into my life it was never the same again!  I became part of a true royal kingdom!  “…He has rescued us out of the power of darkness and translated us into the kingdom of His Son…”(Colossians 1:13).  I knew Gods hand and call was on me, and my life from that day until this moment has been filled with change and eternal purpose.

My co-author Jeanna and I had long searched for wholesome stories for our children, and God truly put it on our hearts to create the Princess Parables Series. The stories introduce a character quality in the name of the Princess and take the storyline from a Parable that was taught by the greatest teacher that ever lived.  They have been specifically written to put a functional tool into the hands of young mothers, grandmothers, teachersthat will proactively allow you to nurture the character of your little princess with a godly worldview. The Princesses are designed to inspire godly thoughts and actions in your daughters.  I cant wait to get to know you, sweet reader, and inspire you on your journey.

Posted on January 12, 2015 and filed under Character and Virtue.