Kenneth W. Pressley Jr.’s new book “Let Not Your Heart be Troubled: Something He Knew” is a moving and personal tribute to the life and times of his father.

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Recent release “Let Not Your Heart be Troubled: Something He Knew” from Page Publishing author Kenneth W. Pressley Jr. is an inspiring and emotional account of his father’s triumphs from temptation and turning towards God.

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Kenneth W. Pressley Jr. has completed his new book “Let Not Your Heart be Troubled: Something He Knew”: a stirring and uplifting account of his father, who looked to God to guide him out of troubled times and spent his life preaching His word. Written in rhyming prose, the book highlights how God’s saving power influenced his father’s life and loving relationship with his family.

As Pressley states, “This book is about the life and dedication of my father, the late Evangelist Kenneth W. Pressley Sr. He was a family man, as well as a God-fearing man. This book will explain how he overcame the trials and tribulations of life. This book is about my father’s survival and his deliverance.”

Published by Page Publishing, Kenneth W. Pressley Jr.’s touching tribute is written from the perspective of his father and follows his life from the moment he turned to God to help him overcome temptation. It recounts his views on his faith, his relationship with God, his family, his death, and his love of music.

Readers who wish to experience this poignant work can purchase “Let Not Your Heart be Troubled: Something He Knew” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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