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Letters to Jonathan

The Story of a Life Rewritten

Jonathan Goodson had it all... A beautiful wife, wonderful children, elegant home, successful career.

Then came his confession of an affair with a younger married woman that cost him everything. Homeless, deserted, his life in ruins, Jonathan was ready to end it all when he was rescued from the darkness by the unconditional love of his Uncle Saul.

Saul’s letters had once been guideposts to Jonathan as a star athlete, seminary standout and promising young pastor. Now, combining biblical scholarship and unflinching horse sense, Saul’s letters to Jonathan once more bring hope and wisdom into his life. Letters to Jonathan is the story of a life rewritten. Its honesty will shock you. Its message will transform you.

About David

My life’s mission is:

to intentionally focus my gifts of communication and leadership that will help as many people as possible realize God’s radical acceptance, discover and pursue their personal dreams, and experience life-long personal growth.

Every story begins somewhere, and David’s began in Atlanta, Georgia. Born and raised in the city, with time also spent on his family’s farm, he thrived in academics and athletics. David went on to graduate from Vanderbilt University, Dallas Theological Seminary, and completed post-graduate studies at Columbia Theological Seminary.

Since 1988, David has been with The Juice Plus+ Company as a National Marketing Director, a member of the “100 Club,” and with his family in 2002, was the recipient of the company’s “Founders Award.”

For all of his business achievement, the highlight of David’s story is his relationship with Sally. A lifelong Tennessean—and before her retirement a teacher at Nashville’s Oak Hill School—Sally and David were married in 1996. Together, they have six children and nineteen grandchildren.

In 2011, David published his first book, Letters to Jonathan, and he is an often-requested speaker, advisor, and mentor. David most enjoys the role of teaching and coaching others in their personal development.