My book addresses things in the body of Christ that many people prefer not to discuss like divorce, abandonment and how the pain of divorce impacts children.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 16, 2014
The divorce rate among Christians is approximately 42 percent, according to USA Today. Many Christians view divorce as a taboo subject, but author Marquis Boone opens the door for conversation and offers healing in his new fiction book.
In “Til’ the Last Drop,” Boone offers readers a spiritual story that explores significant problems women and families can face that is inspired by popular Biblical passages. While fictional, the novel touches on serious issues such as illness, marital stress and divorce, parental problems and faith in God.
Filled with suspenseful twists and turns, “Til’ the Last Drop” offers an approachable, safe way to engage in conversations about issues that are difficult for people of faith to talk about.
“My book addresses things in the body of Christ that many people prefer not to discuss like divorce, abandonment and how the pain of divorce impacts children,” Boone said.
Readers follow one woman’s journey of faith as she learns to listen to her heart, never give up, and, above all, trust in God.
Marquis is a pastor, motivational speaker, author, entrepreneur and spiritual advisor. His expertise in matters of faith and his personal experience with illness inspired the protagonist’s main obstacle.
“‘Til the Last Drop”
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and iUniverse online bookstores.
About the Author
Marquis Boone holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration, a Master of Arts degree in Christian leadership and a Master of Divinity degree from Luther Rice University. He currently resides in Lawrenceville, Georgia where he serves as the lead pastor of Fresh Start Church. He is the author of several books including Amazon best sellers "Scandal" and "'Til the Last Drop."