MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) May 31, 2018
“I, Zipporah”: a stirring biblical novel about in the words of Moses’s wife. “I, Zipporah” is the creation of published author Maurine Georgiades, a Bible teacher, landscape artist, and author of numerous articles and three other books, who grew up on a Kansas farm and transferred to the Los Angeles area, where she and her husband founded FOIL, an outreach to hundreds of international students.
Georgiades brings ancient scenes to life, “Before slaves present the meals to us tonight, Jeh-Jeh stands to speak. He motions to the Egyptian at his side and announces, ‘His name is Moses.’ Then he introduces his wives and daughters by name to the man he called Moses. To each, Moses nods solemnly. I feel my ears turn red as he looks at me and nods. I hope my blush appears to be mere sunburn.
Jeh-Jeh asks that, after eating, we stay where we sit to hear something of import he must tell us. Then he sits down, and the slaves bring the food. For some reason, I find it very difficult to swallow, and I keep thinking about the Egyptian’s look and nod when Jeh-Jeh introduced this daughter. My ears redden again.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Maurine Georgiades’s new book is a compelling narrative that not only invigorates the Bible story of Moses and his task to deliver the Israelites from Egypt—it takes in the scene from a new angle of one who finds herself challenged alongside Moses to seek and to honor the true Gpdd.
Vivid and highly readable, with lessons in faith applicable even today, Georgiades offers a book that will nurture the imagination and foster a new appreciation for the biblical records of long ago.
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Consumers can purchase “I, Zipporah” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
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