Kimberla Lawson Roby All Up In The Reverend’s Business … Again! (Audio)

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*Nine of the seventeen books written by Kimberla Lawson Roby were laced with the stench of Rev. Curtis Black’s dirty laundry.

They explored the downside of a fictional minister on the incline in his career. He fell vulnerable to all the trappings of power, though he initially vowed to serve the Lord as a devout pastor. There has been a change in congregations, a trio of wives and a plethora of unsavory entanglements that mar the high moral character that is expected of a man of the cloth. The new book, “The Reverend’s Wife” tells where Rev. Black stands with wife number three.

One might think that this kind of suggestive literature (that hits too close to home with many of today’s congregations) would have been shunned by the church. To the contrary, Kimberla Lawson Roby is a New York Times Best Selling Author and her knack for having art imitate life, has been met with a sigh of relief. Finally, these taboo topics can be openly addressed.

EURweb asked Kim Roby why power is so attractive and why forgiveness is still a must.

*Nine of the seventeen books written by Kimberla Lawson Roby were laced with the stench of Rev. Curtis Black’s dirty laundry.

They explored the downside of a fictional minister on the incline in his career. He fell vulnerable to all the trappings of power, though he initially vowed to serve the Lord as a devout pastor. There has been a change in congregations, a trio of wives and a plethora of unsavory entanglements that mar the high moral character that is expected of a man of the cloth. The new book, “The Reverend’s Wife” tells where Rev. Black stands with wife number three.

One might think that this kind of suggestive literature (that hits too close to home with many of today’s congregations) would have been shunned by the church. To the contrary, Kimberla Lawson Roby is a New York Times Best Selling Author and her knack for having art imitate life, has been met with a sigh of relief. Finally, these taboo topics can be openly addressed.

EURweb asked Kim Roby why power is so attractive and why forgiveness is still a must.

*Nine of the seventeen books written by Kimberla Lawson Roby were laced with the stench of Rev. Curtis Black’s dirty laundry.

They explored the downside of a fictional minister on the incline in his career. He fell vulnerable to all the trappings of power, though he initially vowed to serve the Lord as a devout pastor. There has been a change in congregations, a trio of wives and a plethora of unsavory entanglements that mar the high moral character that is expected of a man of the cloth. The new book, “The Reverend’s Wife” tells where Rev. Black stands with wife number three.

One might think that this kind of suggestive literature (that hits too close to home with many of today’s congregations) would have been shunned by the church. To the contrary, Kimberla Lawson Roby is a New York Times Best Selling Author and her knack for having art imitate life, has been met with a sigh of relief. Finally, these taboo topics can be openly addressed.

EURweb asked Kim Roby why power is so attractive and why forgiveness is still a must.
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