I wrote this book as a fictional story ringing with biblical truths. It captures a new wave of imagery and draws the reader into each character’s life.
BERMUDA (PRWEB) April 22, 2015
It’s important to be yourself. Living life with a false sense of identity can lead to irreversible damage.
Georgette Prime-Godwin’s new book, “The Woman at the Well: A Rauch Elohim Parable,” is a fast-paced fictional story that reveals how personal acceptance and forgiveness can be found.
“I wrote this book as a fictional story ringing with biblical truths,” Prime-Godwin said. “It captures a new wave of imagery and draws the reader into each character’s life.”
As an accomplished facilitator of spiritual formation, Prime-Godwin hopes her messages will reach an audience beyond the church walls so she can influence those who have dismissed or are unaware of the Gospel of Jesus Christ the Nazarene.
This allegory of the woman at the well perpetrates the story of all who live their life’s lie as truth. “The Woman at the Well: A Rauch Elohim Parable” will evoke a need for self-forgiveness that will allow readers to fully operate in their predestined purpose.
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“The Woman at the Well: A Rauch Elohim Parable”
By: Georgette Prime-Godwin
Softcover retail price: $12.99
Hardcover retail price: $19.99
E-book retail price: $3.99
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris online bookstores
About the author
Georgette Prime-Godwin received an associate degree in business administration from Dean Jr. College, a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership and management from Regent University and a master’s degree in pastoral leadership from Payne Theological Seminary. Prime-Godwin has also authored “The Nehemiah Prototype: A Complementary Guide to Organizational Leadership for the 21st Century Church.” Prime-Godwin is married with one daughter and currently resides in Bermuda.
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