Willia Winnie Momberere Pens a Heartwarming Tale of Atonement, Faith and Hope
Sexually abused at a tender age, Charity grew up bitter and hateful of the world. Decades later, she crafts an open letter to her daughter Savannah relating her shady past and the gems of lessons she picked along the way.
"The Well That Never Dries" written by author Willia Winnie Momberere tells the story of a child haunted by traumatic memories, Charity was difficult to deal with. She got involved in witchcraft and broke her aunt's (who raised Charity after her mother left) heart by playing games with her hard-earned money. Growing up, she formed an allegiance with friends Trish and Rhoda, and depended on them for support. Both girls were there for her when she needed them in moments of distress and extreme sadness. Walking between them was what kept her going. It was not until both friends left her side that Charity felt powerless.
Struggling to put her life together, Charity went to Samaria to visit the Well of Jacob. While there, she poured her heart out to Moshia the deliverer. Will Charity finally find peace and move on to the future without tagging along her heavily-shadowed past?
A heartwarming tale of atonement, faith and hope, "The Well That Never Dries" is dedicated to readers who want to make a difference in the world through what the Lord Jesus Christ has taught his disciples-to forgive and love one another as he has loved us.
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About the Author
Willia Winnie Momberere finds joy and fulfillment in writing music, poetry, and Christian fiction. Her desire is to be a voice of influence through writing to the glory of God Almighty. She is also the author of "The Print of His Hand", "He Leads Me", and "The Little Girl Within".
The Well That Never Dries * by Willia Winnie Momberere
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