(PRWEB) October 25, 2017
“From Rebellion To Redemption”: a powerful reminder of God’s love and the power of redemption. “From Rebellion To Redemption” is the creation of published author, Ginger Cancino. Ginger was born and raised in a God-centered home by loving parents in a small Southwestern Virginia community. She had a very adventurous and happy childhood with her sister and her best friend. Like her mother, Ginger became an ordained minister in June of 2016. Ginger resides in San Diego, California with her loving husband and soul mate, Daniel, along with their two sons. Ginger and Daniel share the gospel through their YouTube and Facebook ministry called West Side Ministries San Diego. Ginger can be contacted via email through westsideministries(at)cox.net.
“You will learn all of this and more, as you read this book. I give all praise, honor, and glory to God for giving me the ability to write this book. I pray he will bless everyone, and their families, who reads it.” --Ginger Cancino
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Ginger Cancino’s new book calls on readers to seek the love and redemption of God.
As documented in Genesis, humanity has rebelled against God since the beginning. Some of those who rebelled, ultimately, found redemption in the eyes of God. Others did not. They have been separated from God for all eternity.
God is love. Even though He knew Adam and Eve would sin, He still chose to create them, because of His love for His Children. It is important to understand that rebelling against God can only cause anguish in one’s life. It is also important to understand the life-giving power of redemption that God offers to all those willing to accept it.
View a synopsis of “From Rebellion To Redemption” on YouTube.
Consumers can purchase “From Rebellion To Redemption” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “From Rebellion To Redemption,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.