New Book Will Open Eyes of Believers to Kingdom Living

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Potential bestseller offers timely look at life free of spiritual bondage

How many times have you watched The Beverly Hillbillies and laughed until you couldn't laugh anymore? You might have been amused at their ignorance, thinking, "How could anyone be this naïve, this ignorant?" The Clampetts were rich, yet they lived in poverty. They were brought out of the deepest and darkest hollow, a place of bondage with no way out, and a way was made for them when they were moved from the shack in the hollow to a mansion in Beverly Hills. Pastor Cheryl Hobba's debut book, The Kingdom Hillbillies (paperback, 978-1-60477-658-4), will help readers discover their God-given destiny and enjoy all the benefits of kingdom living. Destined to be a bestseller, her book will also teach readers how to grab hold of the abundant gifts God has placed in us and all around us, allowing us to better fulfill His destiny for our lives.

Says Hobba, "By using the example of the long time favorite TV show, The Beverly Hillbillies, the book, The Kingdom Hillbillies, opens the eyes of the believer to see all that is available through kingdom living. It is [my] prayer for every reader to discover their God-given destiny and enjoy all the benefits of kingdom living."

Blessed with the gift of strong leadership abilities, Hobba ministers God's truths to allow believers to live in the victory of Jesus--both spiritually and naturally. She is able to see the hidden potential that God has placed in us all and encourage us to release it. The Kingdom Hillbillies will not help you find religion, but Jesus!

Xulon Press (, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 4,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order The Kingdom Hillbillies through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Salem Communications is the country's leading Christian communications company with interests in radio, Internet, and magazine publishing.

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