When Tina Campbell learned of her husband’s infidelity, it was through her research of the scriptures that she discovered a new self-identity, a process she reveals in the forthcoming book she has written.
In a recent interview Erica Campbell disclosed details. “Tina’s book is coming. It is untitled but it chronicles the prayers she wrote and how she found herself, found the new her in the Bible.”
Unsure of how to handle it all, Tina found hope in the foundational teachinga of the Bible as she has been taught.
“You grow up in church but you look at it through different eyes when you go through,” Erica explained on her sister’s behalf.
“And she has written a book that will be amazing I’m sure it will encourage women.”
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