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Author empowers others through her faith and new book

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  Original Published: 3/6/2014

Mansfield native and author Camille Levins-Snow is helping people realize their potential and purpose through her new book: The Kingdom Princess Project: Encouragement for Royalty.

Camille says the inspiration for the book is based on the loving relationship she had with her late father, Samuel T. Levins. As a firm believer in God desiring to be known by his people, Camille's heart is to convey the love of God to the degree that she has experienced as a daddy's girl.

"It's really my attempt to convey God as a father. We have relationships with our dad and sometimes its good and sometimes its not," Levins-Snow said.

"I really wanted to let women and men who decide to read the book know that God is more than just God. He's relational and he's our father first and foremost," Levins-Snow said.

 "My father use to tell me all the time..Camille my job is to make sure that you're greater than I am. I took that and ran with it," Levins-Snow said.

 Levins-Snow also shared a special message for young women in her hometown of Mansfield.

"Regardless of where you come from, regardless of your present circumstance, what family you come from, if you have a dream go after it," Levins-Snow said.

"You will have situations come up and people who will try to impede your progress. If you have something in your heart you're supposed to do, go for it to get your dream to pass," Levins-Snow said.

Levins-Snow will have a book signing in Columbus, Sunday, March 9,at 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. at New Birth Christian Ministries, 3475 Refugee Road.

Levins-Snow now lives in Orlando, Florida. She founded the Kingdom Princess Project, Inc. and The Princess Company. She is working on her second release entitled "Pocket Full of Diamonds."

You can contact her at https://www.facebook.com/TKPProject.

   
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