Jeanette Wood

Seek Do Teach LLC Business Solutions


Jeanette Wood is also known as Mrs. Joseph Wood.

Welcome, my name is Jeanette. I often go by Mrs. Joseph Wood. Have you heard the story behind my signature? I invite you to take a few moments and read all about my curious signature.

For now, I assume you’ve purposefully arrived at this page hoping to get to know me more. Pull up a chair, grab your favorite coffee, (don’t forget some chocolate) and let’s chat.

So, who is Mrs. Joseph Wood?

I’m a busy wife, mom, and business owner who loves the Lord passionately. I know what it’s like to juggle my own personal and spiritual growth while pouring myself into my family. With transparency, I inspire readers to persevere through trials in marriage, parenting, and business. I offer practical teaching and rich storytelling, with a full measure of grace.

Random facts about me.

  • Caramel macchiatos, with an extra shot of espresso, are the best!
  • I’m a dark chocolate lover.
  • We’ve lived off the grid, in a tent (with five children at the time) washed my clothes in a creek, & cooked over the campfire.
  • A room isn’t cleaned unless we’ve organized the cabinets and drawers too.
  • I am not an “artsy” person, but I love the work of others.
  • Singing is not my talent- I sing my heart out anyway!
  • Gardening is where I rejuvenate; actually, I just love to play in the dirt!

Okay, now for all those other details about me.

I am a certified speaker, trainer, and coach of the John Maxwell Team. I have spoken as the health and wellness speaker for Azure Standard. Presented at leadership and business development workshops for Seek Do Teach LLC and shared my heart with  Each time women’s events, homeschool groups, and churches. I often share the gems I’ve learned throughout my 24 years as a homeschooling as a mother of eleven and grandmother to four.

Speaking of my family…

I’m the wife to my best friend who I fondly refer to as, “My Dear Joe.” Our story wasn’t always sweet. You can learn more in my e-book, Intimacy in the Christian Marriage. I praise God for his redemptive power! Together, we have eleven children. Six we’ve given birth to physically and five that were born from our hearts through adoption. I spend my time teaching my Kindergarten through high school age children at home.

My parents moved in with us about two years ago. Each morning, I wake to experience the blessings of three generations in one household. The house is bustling on Sunday’s when we open our table to family, friends, and strangers in our Church and community. Momma is always right there in the kitchen helping to make a scrumptious meal.

Life before motherhood

Going through college, I worked three jobs (one was a donut maker!) After college, I worked in Labor and Delivery, Pediatrics ER, and Med Surg. For many years, I taught parenting and childbirth classes for our local hospitals. Volunteering my time to teach the deaf community. In my 20’s I first identified my passion to help families. My attention was devoted to mentoring and equipping women who were at risk of losing their children.

As women, we live multifaceted lives, don’t we?

We are women, wives, mothers, daughters, sisters, and aunts. We are business leaders and community volunteers. If you’re like me, you pour all your energy and efforts into those you love and the things you’re passionate about.

I get it!

Over the last 29 years, I have learned about living joyfully in the midst of life’s surprises. I’ve walked through the valleys, and I can testify. God is Faithful!

This site was created with YOU in mind! (But, I’m not the only one who has been preparing for your visit.)

My oldest daughter, Bekah, is my right hand. Bekah is incredibly talented. She serves sacrificially through this site, at events, and in the office!

My other daughter, Beth Joy, has influenced me in the details of this site and how I speak and write. Beth is an encourager. We tease that when I need happy news, I call her! Both of my daughters have grown to be my closest friends.

Then there is my sweet momma, Connie Renfro, who inspires me, edits for me and guides me. Together, we simplified the site in a way we felt was easy to navigate.

We want you to feel at home here.

Friends, it looks like I’ve run out of chocolate so I’ll wrap this up.

I’ve shared about me, now it’s your turn.

Bookmark the site, visit often, and don’t forget to comment on posts or email us.

We don’t use autoresponders so you’ll get a real-life person (Bekah or Me!) when you write.

Don’t you just love when you get to talk to real people?

I can already tell, this is the start of a beautiful friendship.

Until our next chat…

Your friend,

Mrs. Joseph Wood


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