Ingrid Bell’s Newly Released “The 1765 Woman: My Name Is Beautiful” Uses the Pain of Divorce and Loss to Paint a Picturesque Landscape of Great Triumph and Victory

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“The 1765 Woman: My Name Is Beautiful” from Christian Faith Publishing author Ingrid Bell is an understanding work that takes the pain that one feels from divorce, and focuses it to propel the reader into greater things.

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“The 1765 Woman: My Name Is Beautiful”: an empowering and invaluable guide to concentrate the pain of betrayal and hurt from divorce into a powerful and righteous force to emerge better than ever imagined. “The 1765 Woman: My Name Is Beautiful” is the creation of published author, Ingrid Bell, ordained evangelist and schoolteacher.

Ingrid has a passion for seeing people build a wholesome relationship with Almighty God. She says, “Through my personal relationship with God and life experiences, I aim to inspire people toward a closer, more intimate walk with God. Having walked with God for nearly twenty-five years, I have led many people to Christ and only wish that every born-again believer understands the importance of daily Bible study, consistent prayer, and regular praise and worship.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Ingrid Bell’s new book agrees that divorce is perhaps one of the most painful, grievous experiences an individual will ever have to walk through—especially if that individual was in a Christian marriage and it blindsided them, after nearly sixteen years of marriage. Like the death of a close loved one, divorce has a way of numbing the senses, as it sucker-punches that individual straight in the gut—unexpectedly. However, it is through this pain that one can choose to swim or sink, live or die, fly or fall.

Ingrid’s book manages to artistically use that pain to paint a picturesque landscape of great triumph! Still frames of brokenness, betrayal, abuse, and hurt are captured, revealing the power of God’s amazing grace and ability to transform, heal, deliver, and liberate. Ironically, divorce, as all other tragedies, can serve as a launching pad to catapult or springboard the reader into a place of total victory over the enemies of the past, present, and the future.

View a synopsis of “The 1765 Woman: My Name Is Beautiful” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase“The 1765 Woman: My Name Is Beautiful” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “The 1765 Woman: My Name Is Beautiful”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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