About

Jenny Anderson Waltman, wife to Jason, and mother to Amelia Grace and Denver, graduated from Samford University in 1998 with a degree in Human Development and Family Studies.

She lives a concept “Business as Mission” through her service as President of Grace Klein Construction, Inc. and Founder, CEO and Chairman of the Board for Grace Klein Community, lnc. By God’s grace they see miracles every single day and experience the truth of l Corinthians 9:19 and 23:

“For though I am free from all, I have made myself a servant to all, that l might win more of them… I do it alI for the sake of the Gospel, that I might share with them in its blessings.” (ESV)

About

Jenny Anderson Waltman, wife to Jason, and mother to Amelia Grace and Denver, graduated from Samford University in 1998 with a degree in Human Development and Family Studies.

She lives a concept “Business as Mission” through her service as President of Grace Klein Construction, Inc. and Founder, CEO and Chairman of the Board for Grace Klein Community, lnc. By God’s grace they see miracles every single day and experience the truth of l Corinthians 9:19 and 23:

“For though I am free from all, I have made myself a servant to all, that l might win more of them… I do it alI for the sake of the Gospel, that I might share with them in its blessings.” (ESV)

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Testimonials

I am almost finished with Jenny’s book. Truth is, I can only read it in snippets. A page, maybe two at a time. Why? Because I have a short attention span? Well, there IS that. However, I am overwhelmed with the significance on EVERY PAGE. Too much, and I can’t process. Kind of like Thanksgiving Dinner. I’d enjoy it more in smaller increments… I’m afraid I won’t digest it all. So, I read snippets. I just finished the chapter about Jenny’s introversion and the insights into herself. It does make us better servants to realize WE ARE MADE THAT WAY! Not to excuse behaviors, but to capitalize on how God can effectively use our limitations for His good and His glory. HOWEVER: I know from whence she came. I know her people. I know her tribe. Some of her is because of how she was raised. God placed her in that family of origin to make her into the GodGirl that she is. And the me that I am wants to send her a case of LIQUID coffee creamer! I’d love to sit down with her for coffee the next time I am in B’ham. I want to send her book to all my friends. I am learning so much. I hope she is currently writing the next one!

Jennifer

God chose the Wrong Person… as I began reading, He just showed me one of my talents. He made me a motivator. I love encouraging people to do what their passion is. I have been doing this for years. Telling people to do your passion and it was, Da, dummy, I just realized it. Praise His Holy Name. Oh my goodness, I’m on a cloud. Thank you Jesus!

Clara

“and for the love of God and people, please rescue the leftover food to fill plates and not landfills!” This is one of my favorite sentences because I literally hear your voice as I am reading it. The most Jenny sentence ever. I am loving reading your heart on paper.

Anonymous

So, do you want to experience God in a fresh new way? God is moving in Jenny’s life, and her love for God is authentic and refreshing. This book forces you to look in the mirror and reflect on what you’re doing with your own life. I appreciate the passion and tone from the writer who chooses to ask thought-provoking questions instead of preaching to the reader.

Rob

God Chose the Wrong Person is essentially a book about all of us who feel inadequate to live up to that which we think God has called us. Jenny’s transparency connected so deeply with parallel struggles in my own life. It is a wake up call for those waiting for the right moment or for a better version of themselves. Jenny says, “What can we really accomplish alone? No great person lived for themselves. They lived for what they could not yet see, because God allowed them to see what could be if they were fully devoted to Him.” Be prepared for a fire to be lit in your spirit after reading this one!

BE INSPIRED to serve with a whole heart and holding nothing back from the amazing journey God can lead you on! Also, catch a glimpse of the battles that face us all as we try to follow HIS lead and how persevering in His presence gives hope in the journey.

Jenny is the real deal. What a joy and privilege to receive this book of urgency, love and HOPE! It’s an urgent message that reads like coffee with a friend. And it is filled with motivating, gospel love that attaches HOPE for each and every life it touches. Read with great vision and expectation!

Anyone who has ever thought God could not use them or believe they have to do a lot to be ‘approved’ before God could use them should get this book. Inspiring, encouraging and demonstrative how God can and will use any willing vessel.

From CEO’s to those who may feel down and out, this book speaks to everyone. I cannot recommend this book enough. Author Jenny Waltman is living evidence of God’s Power & Provision and her impact on the Birmingham area reveals what a Mighty God we serve. Get the book for yourself and anyone who needs this great word for this time we are in. Get ready for a life changer.

Testimonials

I am almost finished with Jenny’s book. Truth is, I can only read it in snippets. A page, maybe two at a time. Why? Because I have a short attention span? Well, there IS that. However, I am overwhelmed with the significance on EVERY PAGE. Too much, and I can’t process. Kind of like Thanksgiving Dinner. I’d enjoy it more in smaller increments… I’m afraid I won’t digest it all. So, I read snippets. I just finished the chapter about Jenny’s introversion and the insights into herself. It does make us better servants to realize WE ARE MADE THAT WAY! Not to excuse behaviors, but to capitalize on how God can effectively use our limitations for His good and His glory. HOWEVER: I know from whence she came. I know her people. I know her tribe. Some of her is because of how she was raised. God placed her in that family of origin to make her into the GodGirl that she is. And the me that I am wants to send her a case of LIQUID coffee creamer! I’d love to sit down with her for coffee the next time I am in B’ham. I want to send her book to all my friends. I am learning so much. I hope she is currently writing the next one!

Jennifer

God chose the Wrong Person… as I began reading, He just showed me one of my talents. He made me a motivator. I love encouraging people to do what their passion is. I have been doing this for years. Telling people to do your passion and it was, Da, dummy, I just realized it. Praise His Holy Name. Oh my goodness, I’m on a cloud. Thank you Jesus!

Clara

“and for the love of God and people, please rescue the leftover food to fill plates and not landfills!” This is one of my favorite sentences because I literally hear your voice as I am reading it. The most Jenny sentence ever. I am loving reading your heart on paper.

Anonymous

So, do you want to experience God in a fresh new way? God is moving in Jenny’s life, and her love for God is authentic and refreshing. This book forces you to look in the mirror and reflect on what you’re doing with your own life. I appreciate the passion and tone from the writer who chooses to ask thought-provoking questions instead of preaching to the reader.

Rob

God Chose the Wrong Person is essentially a book about all of us who feel inadequate to live up to that which we think God has called us. Jenny’s transparency connected so deeply with parallel struggles in my own life. It is a wake up call for those waiting for the right moment or for a better version of themselves. Jenny says, “What can we really accomplish alone? No great person lived for themselves. They lived for what they could not yet see, because God allowed them to see what could be if they were fully devoted to Him.” Be prepared for a fire to be lit in your spirit after reading this one!

BE INSPIRED to serve with a whole heart and holding nothing back from the amazing journey God can lead you on! Also, catch a glimpse of the battles that face us all as we try to follow HIS lead and how persevering in His presence gives hope in the journey.

Jenny is the real deal. What a joy and privilege to receive this book of urgency, love and HOPE! It’s an urgent message that reads like coffee with a friend. And it is filled with motivating, gospel love that attaches HOPE for each and every life it touches. Read with great vision and expectation!

Anyone who has ever thought God could not use them or believe they have to do a lot to be ‘approved’ before God could use them should get this book. Inspiring, encouraging and demonstrative how God can and will use any willing vessel.

From CEO’s to those who may feel down and out, this book speaks to everyone. I cannot recommend this book enough. Author Jenny Waltman is living evidence of God’s Power & Provision and her impact on the Birmingham area reveals what a Mighty God we serve. Get the book for yourself and anyone who needs this great word for this time we are in. Get ready for a life changer.

Books

The latest from author, Jenny Waltman.

“When reading Jenny Waltman’s book, “God Chose the Wrong Person,” I felt like I was looking at a piece of Japanese pottery. Kintsugi is the art of putting broken pottery pieces back together by filling the cracks with gold. The idea is that in embracing flaws and imperfections, an even stronger, more beautiful piece of art can emerge. In Jenny’s world (and God’s) there are no lives beyond mending, no stories unworthy of telling. Brokenness is simply an invitation to the Master Artist to heat up the gold, and gently turn you into a beautiful masterpiece. So, if you feel broken, know that you have already been chosen as the perfect candidate for being made beautiful and useful.” – Terry Esau, Author of “Surprise Me” & “Be the Surprise” and founder of FreeBikes4Kidz and FreeGuitars4Kids

Books

The latest from author, Jenny Waltman.

“When reading Jenny Waltman’s book, “God Chose the Wrong Person,” I felt like I was looking at a piece of Japanese pottery. Kintsugi is the art of putting broken pottery pieces back together by filling the cracks with gold. The idea is that in embracing flaws and imperfections, an even stronger, more beautiful piece of art can emerge. In Jenny’s world (and God’s) there are no lives beyond mending, no stories unworthy of telling. Brokenness is simply an invitation to the Master Artist to heat up the gold, and gently turn you into a beautiful masterpiece. So, if you feel broken, know that you have already been chosen as the perfect candidate for being made beautiful and useful.” – Terry Esau, Author of “Surprise Me” & “Be the Surprise” and founder of FreeBikes4Kidz and FreeGuitars4Kids

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