Brother Ryan Rawlins crawled naked to the head of the bed. He felt nervous. Should he hide his old, pale, lumpy body under the covers? No, she would have to accept him as is. Lonnie Parker smiled at her reflection as she dabbed perfume on her neck, under each breast, and between her thighs. Having sex with the world famous televangelist would be something to remember. She walked to the bed. More
An erotic saga of the Rawlins family and their family owned business, the Church of Divine Consciousness. In less than twenty years, the C.D.C. had spread around the world via radio, television, and the global Internet. Annually, it received billions of tax-exempt dollars from religious donations and profits from its subsidiary, C.D.C. AgroCo, a vast agricultural enterprise that covered four southern states. From dirt to table, was its company motto. The congregation of millions did as told by the churches’ founder and first pastor, famed televangelist, Brother Ryan Rawlins, who became one of the most powerful men in the southern part of the country. After his death, other family males with the same name ruled the church. Millions came to believe he reincarnated in his grandson, who denied the church until forced to embrace it to save his life. The churches’ extraordinary worldwide mass-appeal came from a simple concept: Divinity of human consciousness. The church preached the soul and consciousness, intertwined and immortal; transcended death to abide with God in heaven. The church claimed, after death one remained aware! One still knew! What do you believe? What would you like to believe?