We all suffer the same types of temptations in life, and we all need the Savior Jesus – my hope is that this book can show others that, too.
ACWORTH, Ga. (PRWEB) August 19, 2019
Author Vincent Palo, who writes under the pen name Twill Runnage, has released his inspirational, faith-based fiction book, “Joe Bell,” which follows the story of a young, spiritually filled woman who had everything life could offer and then, through no fault of her own, lost it all.
Guided by the author’s deep personal belief in God and His Son, Jesus Christ, “Joe Bell” chronicles the protagonist’s journey out of the pit of despair and addiction. Along her journey, the reader is introduced to many characters who are also lost and who find absolution through their own walk with Jesus.
“My journey to the Lord began when I was young, and somewhere along the way I was lost and too much in the world,” Palo said. “The pressures of life itself and its temptations caused me to sin and lose all that I held dear in my heart. We all suffer the same types of temptations in life, and we all need the Savior Jesus – my hope is that this book can show others that, too.”
Ultimately, the book’s ensemble cast joins forces to battle the evil one and help the heroine regain her life in the Lord and her rightful inheritance in the heavenly kingdom through the Father, His Son and the Holy Spirit. “Joe Bell” is a signpost to all who need help getting back in touch with their faith.
About the author
Vincent Palo, who writes under the pen name Twill Runnage, was born in 1952 in Waterbury, Conn. Palo earned his bachelor’s degree in Latin American studies from Boston University in 1974, his master’s degree in education from the University of New Mexico in 1976 and his second bachelor’s degree in computer software from Excelsior College in 1992. He is currently a manager of system solutions delivery for an Atlanta-based marketing agency. A passionate follower of Christ, Palo has previously attended Heartland Church in Carrolton, Texas, Calvary Chapel in Lexington, S.C., and Antioch International Church in Fort Mill, S.C., and he is currently a member of Riverstone Church in Kennesaw, Ga. His original inspiration for “Joe Bell” came during times of prayer and transformed into a story through open conversations with the Holy Spirit. Palo currently resides in Acworth, Ga.
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