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By Charlotte Hopkins

Kaitlyn Salmon, a 2016 graduate from Thomas Jefferson High School, has penned her first book, a Bible Study Guide titled, “The Ministry Of Touch: A Psychological Analysis Of Touch In Jesus' Ministry.

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Kaitlyn Salmon, started writing her book when she was a student at Chatham University and doing an internship with Christian Student Fellowship. (Photo credit: Alicia Salmon)

Salmon was inspired to write about the touch of Jesus after she read the story of the leper in Mark 1, a man who seemed to be living a life of solitude and whose life was changed after Jesus touched him. “Reading that story, I couldn’t keep the image of that shocking touch to myself,” she said. “I wanted to dive deeper into other touches in the Bible to see what God had to say about it.”

Salmon further stated, “I am extremely excited to share this book with the world. It changed my life as I wrote it and I hope it will change yours as you read it!”

Salmon, a proud mom of two cats, Milo and Flynn, is currently working on her second book, “When God Just Doesn’t Make Sense.” It will explore the times in our lives when we do not understand what God is doing.

For those who would like to reach out to Salmon, she can be contacted on Facebook or Instagram or at her email address,




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