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Tina Campbell’s Forthcoming Book Reveals How She Discovered
‘The New Her In The Bible’
Psalm 119:105 says, "Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path"--something Grammy-winning
singer Tina Campbell, 39, testifies to through personal experience.

When the Mary Mary vocalist discovered her husband’s multiple affairs, 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

In an interview with
Christian Post, sibling 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," which is
unmistakably the best place to look.

Though Tina, a wife, mother and successful gospel recording artist has been traveling and ministering to
thousands across the globe, her life-altering marital trial forced her to reevaluate her life and herself.

For a while, Tina's conduct, she admits, was un-biblical.

“It’s embarrassing. It’s shameful. I’m doing a bunch of stuff that’s very un-gospel. I wasn’t nothing to be played
with when it was going on,”
she confessed during an appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show while promoting
season 3 of her reality show.

She continued during her sit-down, “I’m just saying, it was really bad for everyone that was around me, because
I was like, ‘I’m hurting. I’ma hurt the world. That’s how it’s going down.’ And you know, you don’t really want to do
that when the cameras are watching.”

Unsure of how to handle it all, Tina mishandled the situation. But the foundational teaching of the Bible she was
raised to believe, eventually reeled her back in.

“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."
APRIL 3, 2014
Article By Kat Marks:: EEW Magazine News / (Photo Credit: GETTY)