Salvation. Freedom. Victory.
Where there is a need in the world and where your passion lies is your life’s purpose. The need for the truth about homosexuality and JM Stellar’s passion for writing led her to discover her purpose—to author this life changing book.
On January 16, 1995, just as JM was about to fully embrace the lesbian lifestyle, she gave her life over to Jesus Christ. She completely stopped the pursuit of lesbianism and a whole new world of knowledge and truth opened up to her. Her overwhelming desires to be with other women dwindled. JM offers practical ways on how to overcome temptation and provides numerous examples of how she overcame these obstacles in her own life. Although faced with pitfalls along the way, she does not go back. Warranted by scripture, her story is honest, powerful, and awe-inspiring.
When I Said Yes to the Holy Spirit is a compelling account of the transforming power of Jesus Christ. JM Stellar reminds us that if He could conquer death, He can conquer anything. And He wants to do the same for you.
“I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me.” (Galatians 2:20)
JM Stellar has written several poems, short stories, and other works over the years. Her poem "What a Friend Is to Me" was nationally published in the July 1988 issue of Teen Magazine and it earned her a Who's Who in Poetry for Outstanding Achievement from World of Poetry in 1990. Her poem "Raging Rain" ranked honorable mention. She earned the titles, "Golden" and "Silver Poet," respectively, and was named Golden Poet in 1991. She also contributed an essay to the January 1991 issue of True Love Magazine, by Macfadden's Women's Group. Most recently, she published a Christian children’s book, Opossum Escapade, as well as Poetry that Permeates, Short Stories of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Adventure, and The Adventures of Teddy and Tigger. JM also enjoys music, dancing, photography, and drawing. She resides in the New York City area.