Camille Levins-Snow is an author, minister, and mother. Levins-Snow is also a skilled administrator. Her exceptional ability to mentor, teach, love and convey all through writing has developed in her a deep passion to see people experience healing and growth in God. After discovering her gift as a writer at the age of 15, her 10th grade English teacher told her she was a terrible writer; however, Levins-Snow was encouraged by her father and English teachers to pursue this gift. Ultimately, she went on the matriculate at Ohio State University as an English major. Her skillful and visionary writing have created a unique style – the prophetic scribe.
Levins-Snow’s relationship with her father set the foundation for her profound relationships with God. A scholar and exegete of the Word of God, Levins-Snow was called to ministry in the Spring of 1993 and graduated from William M. James Ministerial Institute in 1998. One of her most prolific ministries is The Kingdom Princess Project© (TKPP). Designed to speak life into the lives of God’s daughters through prophesy and preaching, TKPP offers spiritual mentoring and encouragement while promoting individual destiny paths, restoring and renewing the God-Princess relationship by healing the biological father-daughter relationship. Levins-Snow’s deep relationship with her father led her to develop TKPP as a means of repairing the breach in relationships through forgiveness, teaching, prophetic exhortation and release so the women of God can be released into lives of destiny kairos.
A firm believer in God desiring to be known by his people, Levins-Snow’s heart is to convey the love of God to the degree that she has experienced as a daddy’s girl. She uses the earthly relationship with her father to communicate with others how God wants to reveal himself in greater ways so that we can, in turn, accept the fact that we are created in His image and likeness.
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