Contact: Abigail Davidson, Publicist, WinePress Publishing, 360-802-9758
ENUMCLAW, Wash., Jan. 31 /Christian Newswire/ -- The results are in: four out of five Americans drink coffee and over half drink coffee every day. Noting this national passion for the brown elixir, ordained minister and missionary Jean 'Notewell' Williams has mixed her knowledge of coffee with her love for Christ in her new book, 'A Little Cream and Sugar' [2006, Pleasant Word].
By drawing parallels between coffee and faith, 'A Little Cream and Sugar' shows that people love coffee and they love God for many of the same reasons: both are a friend, a comfort, and the fluid of life. Coffee facts, stories from coffee lovers and believers, Scripture references, and prayers combined in 19 readings assure readers that even in the most tumultuous times, it’s possible to enjoy a rejuvenating cup of coffee and experience uplifting hope, faith, and joy.
'There is a community of coffee drinkers and a community of believers, and I wanted to paint a picture of how relevant the Bible is to current events.'
Jean 'Notewell' Williams has traveled to 28 countries, including China, India, West Africa, South Africa, and the Philippines. As a church elder and the former director of an outreach organization, Williams has brought hope, encouragement, and the Word of God to prisons and jails, nursing homes, and colleges and universities through radio, television, and personal visits. She is also an entrepreneur and owns 'It’s Our Time,' a women’s apparel, shoe, and crystal studding business. Jean and her pastor husband of 25 years, Haywood, make their home in Florida, where they continue their ministry at The Original Tabernacle of Prayer for All People, including a ministry to Pastor's wives called, 'New Wine For New Vessels.' They have five children and 11 grandchildren. 'A Little Cream and Sugar: A Little Coffee Book for Your Coffee Table' is Williams’ first book.
The inspiration for 'A Little Cream and Sugar' came during a brief stay in Hawaii, the only state in the U.S. where coffee is grown commercially. The views of the mountains and the Pacific Ocean created an atmosphere of creativity for Williams. 'I wanted to encourage people along life’s journey to trust God, to pray, and to know that faith moves mountains.'
For more information about Jean Williams or her book 'A Little Cream and Sugar' please contact Abigail Davidson at 360-802-9785 or firstname.lastname@example.org.