“Unearthing the Hidden God” a New Book by Claudia Davison: Singer, Mother, Teacher, Keynote Speaker and Now: Author

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The world is searching for something: something elusive; something hidden. Claudia Davison in her book: Â?Unearthing the Hidden GodÂ? searches for that Â?somethingÂ? using her background in Biblical studies, literature as well as her own personal life experience.

"Unearthing the Hidden God" examines nine familiar Bible stories in a new light revealing a God who hides Himself in elements of the story. Plot, conflict, setting, characters, purpose, irony, theme, dialogue and bias become tools for unearthing God’s character. Ideal for group Bible studies, workshops, and seminars or as part of your own personal journey. It is now available for immediate purchase at Amazon.com. Or, for bulk orders contact us directly.    

Although born in Italy, Davison has grown up in Ontario, Canada. She has taught high school as well as middle school and has had the opportunity to coordinate Bible-based programs for all ages. Davison has also been a soloist and guest speaker at a number of events throughout the Greater Toronto Area. As part of her book release Claudia will be leading workshops, church retreats, seminars, breakfasts and so forth throughout the area. For booking inquiries visit our website: http://www.lublink.net. Availability will be on a first come first served basis, so please book early.

Finally, as part of this release Davison is also making a number of articles available online for republication. Please feel free to use these in your magazines, journals, and other publications. These articles are sure to enhance the effectiveness of your publications. More articles will be made available as time goes on, so make sure to check back on a regular basis.

Because of its literary and eloquent, yet simple and readable style “Unearthing the Hidden God” is sure to become a widely respected book and one worth reading over and over.


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