Divided Series, Both Books
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"So goes the church, so goes the nation?"
What is more certain, is that Christians are divided, it is usually about politics.
And what they do not divide themselves over, the world will.
Join the author's most loved characters from his other NOVELS. They will take you on a trip of suspense, cyber crimes, and more. What else? You'll learn a little-bit about prayer. We guarantee it.
Divided Together is about a husband and wife team who are Religion Consultants for OPPOSING presidential candidates, and their church friends, who no longer are.
Divided Nation addresses what could happen if Christians accidently spread the next pandemic. It is a sobering view of what Christian persecution could look like in the USA.
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DIVIDED TOGETHER-Politics in the Church:
A Novel with Political Intrigue and Angry Church Friends.
Husband and wife, Jude & Issy, are the Religion Consultants for opposing Presidential candidates. The characters are fictional, but the story is not.
“So Jude supports the wrong candidate. That makes you more spiritual than him?”
Across these pages, Judas Iscariot will recount the last 10 months of Jesus’ life. And his, not so flattering portrayal, will be combined with modern cybercrimes, the FBI, surveillance by Homeland Security, a little romance, and political passion. And the villain? Well, let’s just say the villain comes from a very trusted profession.
It’s a novel with a message: Our unity is in Christ; NOT our politics.
DIVIDED NATION-Persecution of the Church:
A POLITICAL CONSPIRACY NOVEL
5 years after Covid 19, Christians accidently spread the next pandemic. Within a few weeks, Christians are “Public Enemy #1” and are losing their Constitutional rights.
When persecution comes to the USA, FBI Assistant Director, Jack Jones is forced to choose how he will handle the crisis. Many church goers arrogantly defend themselves. But over time, Jack finds the Bride of Christ and walks through persecution with her as he helps bear her burdens.
While Jack encourages the two thousand year old church, there is a backstory of the Apostle Paul who goes from being the persecutor to the persecuted.
This novels is a sobering reminder that the USA is not immune to persecution. The question is. . .
How will you handle persecution if/when it comes to the USA?