New Christian Children's Book is now available for purchase

Tampa, FL (PressExposure) August 15, 2006 -- "God is in the Refrigerator" is now available to help put faith back into our lives. Author and National Speaker Kimberly King, is excited to be announcing the release of her first children’s book. “I’m taking my love of speaking, writing, God, and children and putting them all together into an awesome inspiration for others. What more could I ask for?” says King as the shipment of "God is in the Refrigerator" arrived last Friday for sale.

You can now purchase King’s book on the web at http://www.wheredoyoufindgod.com. Inspired by her grandmother, 86 year old Willa Jenkins of Temple Terrace, FL, King took her favorite childhood story and created this children’s book. “I would ask my grandmother to tell me 'the refrigerator story' over and over. I am so blessed to have an incredible spiritual role model in my life. Not everyone is as fortunate.” King’s mission is to help inspire parents to tell their true stories of faith to their children so that God can be at the center of their lives. “Faith is what gives us hope and hope is what inspires us to do the right thing. Without faith, we have children looking aimlessly for the right thing to do. We must do something to give children a strong foundation for a moral and just future!” emphasizes King.

You can contact King at 813-933-4432 to bring her spiritual message to your congregation or organization. A portion of the book sales at your event will be donated back to your congregation.

About InterWeave

Kimberly King is a resident of Carrollwood, Florida with her husband Jim, son David, and step-son Noah. Kimberly is the president of InterWeave, a training and consulting firm that assists organizations in creating WOW relationships with customers and employees. She is a national speaker and author. She is also a member of Christ Our Redeemer Lutheran Church.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 14, 2006 at 1:06 pm
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