- Apr. 5, 2012 - HICKORY, N.C. --
Author Teena Stewart was first captivated by tales of lost treasure when she vacationed along North Carolina’s Outer Banks as a girl. As an adult, Stewart couldn’t help noticing the Bible’s treasure theme. Her latest book incorporates lost treasure stories and the Bible’s lost treasure theme. The Treasure Seeker: Finding Love and Value in the Arms of Your Loving Heavenly Father targets women and explores the concept of mutual finding. God is seeking us and a relationship with Christ is a valuable treasure we should be seeking. Stewart’s book illuminates the precious relationship between us and our Heavenly Father, who transforms us into gems of stunning beauty and shows us our remarkable potential and value.
“Many women, even the most outwardly self-assured ones struggle with feelings of inadequacy and worthlessness,”
says Stewart. When they allow God—who is both Treasure Seeker and Master Jeweler—to refine them, they can become priceless. Stewart, also an artist and jewelry designer, devotes a section of her book to helping women identify which gemstone they are most like (including their flaws and inclusions). She created a special line of jewelry which compliments these particular gemstones. Stewart plans to offer these at a discount through her website www.serendipitni.com to those who purchase the book.
The Treasure Seeker is published through Wine Press Publishing and is available at winepress.com, through Stewart’s website teenastewart.com, amazon.com, and by ordering at most bookstores.
Stewart will be participating in the Authors in Bloom Blog Hop on April 9th. Over 70 authors will be participating and giving away gardening tips, recipes and opportunities to win books and other prizes. Learn more at Stewart’s blog nearly-brilliant.blogspot.com/