Humble resident writes book on lives of biblical women
Conswella Robinson, of Humble, recently announced the publication of her second book, "The Pain of Passion: A Comparison and Contrast of the Lives of Deborah and Rahab."
The book explores the lives of two biblical women, Deborah and Rahab, who represent the inner turmoil experienced by everyone, according to a press release.
Robinson, a theologian, wants the book to challenge readers and motivate them to believe in themselves and follow their dreams, according to the release.
"My goal in life is to utilize my most painful experiences to inspire, encourage and restore hope in the remnant of the population that have had similar experiences yet have felt alone or misunderstood," Robinson said in the release.
The book, available through Tate Publishing, is available at book stores everywhere and online at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, www.barnesandnoble.com and www.amazon.com.
To read more by Robinson, visit www.remnantdreamers.com.
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