Our Heritage is Truth – It is Our Responsibility to Pass it On
Jeanne Gowen Dennis is an award-winning author and singer/songwriter, a Colson Center Fellow and Centurion, and a CLASS-certified speaker. She has published twelve books for adults and children and is passionate about helping others grow in intimacy with our Creator while equipping them to pass on biblical faith to others. She is a member of the Advanced Writers and Speakers Association (AWSA) and the Christian Authors Network (CAN).
Jeanne is also a wife, mother, and grandmother. She has taught and worked with children and adults of all ages for over 20 years. She has been married to her wonderful husband, Steve, for over forty years. She and Steve produce Heritage of Truth TV online and are active members of their local church. Jeanne’s hobbies include learning foreign languages, art, knitting, ballroom dancing with Steve, swimming, watching old movies, and spending time with the grandchildren and grand-kitties.
Jeanne has published several books, some co-authored with Sheila Seifert, and has contributed to several others, including a Gold Medallion finalist. Her writing has appeared at: CBN.com; Focus on the Family online, some homeschool websites, and in many print publications, including Focus on the Family’s Thriving Family, Brio, Breakaway, and Clubhouse; Campus Life; Light & Life Magazine (illustration); Discipleland (children’s curriculum); Virtue; Touch; Clubhouse; Exchange; Upper Room; Secret Place; Colorado Christian News; Golden Transcript; Lakewood Sentinel; Arvada Sentinel; The Christian Communicator; Shining Star; Compassion International; several homeschool publications; and in DaySpring greeting cards. She has also edited several books.
Why the Passion for Truth and for Passing It On?
In college, Jeanne was a faith casualty, like reportedly up to 70 to 75% of today’s college students. That’s why she is passionate about passing on biblical truth to upcoming generations. Besides her many years of personal study in Scripture and sitting under solid Bible teachers, she also received intensive training in the biblical worldview under Chuck Colson and his team at BreakPoint. She was commissioned as a BreakPoint Centurion in 2006 and became a Colson Fellow in 2015.
Music and Media
Music has been a passion for Jeanne since earliest childhood. In fact, she wrote her first song on the back of a rocking horse at age four. After coming to know Jesus Christ personally in her thirties, her focus turned to using all the talents God bestowed on her for His glory alone.
Jeanne has published two albums of mostly original songs (Living with One Foot in Heaven and In the Arms of Perfect Love), a vocal tracks album for “Panis Angelicus” that includes original English lyrics, and a single called “One Small Voice for God.”
You can find links here to listen to samples, purchase, and download her songs. Or click the music tab, above.
As host of Heritage of Truth TV, an online show, Jeanne has had the opportunity to interview hundreds of authors, pastors, recording artists, and other interesting people. Some of her guests have included: Max Lucado, Thelma Wells, Gloria Gaither, Lysa TerKeurst, Alex and Stephen Kendrick, Babbie Mason, Os Guinness, Todd Starnes, Michael Card, and Steve Arterburn. She also featured a press conference with Dr. Ravi Zacharias.
Author and Speaker
Jeanne has authored/co-authored a dozen books, contributed to several others, and received several awards for her writing and songwriting. Her latest book, written with Sheila Seifert, is Bible Kidventures: Stories of Danger and Courage from Tyndale House and Focus on the Family. It won the Golden Scroll Children’s Merit Award. If you like, you may purchase it through our affiliate link here:
As a speaker, Jeanne’s speaking venues have included Biola University, the NACCAP (North American Coalition for Christian Admissions Professionals) National Conference, the National Church Library Association, as well as several writers conferences, homeschool conferences, churches, and bookstores. She has also sung at the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writers Conference, the Golden Scroll Awards, and at several churches.