Exiting the Wilderness is different than most Christian books because it discusses the "elephant-in-room" issues that most Christian books shy away from. In a cordial and diplomatic fashion, the audiobook answers questions about what God says on sensitive issues, but it also explains how his love is intertwined with his commandments. In a day where many tragic events and natural disasters leave people scratching their heads and wondering what's going on, there is no doubt that people are seeking truth.
The divorce rate among Christian couples is at an all time high, courtship in many churches has sadly started to look like a bad rendition of The Dating Game and The Bachelor combined, and too many men who are calling themselves a Christian are giving the people of God's kingdom and the church a bad rep.
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The year is 2035. The nation of Israel comes under attack by evil Tanwar Terah, a Syrian mastermind in science and politics. Seven soldiers, led by Jewish-Italian lieutenant Peter Carmoni, are tasked with destroying Terah's campaign. In their journey to find the evil dictator, they discover Oramite, an element that changes their DNA and imbues them with new powers and abilities. Now it is up to them to learn how to hone their new talents and use it against their enemies in the biggest war the world has ever seen.
Enoch Zoles is an agnostic, egotistical, collegiate football star, primed to make millions of dollars as a professional football player. But a one-night stand with a seductive vixen leads to a downward spiral of devastating events, which cost him his reputation, his promising future, and his freedom. And, after experiencing an unexpected tragedy, Enoch wants nothing to do with the god his coach and mentors keep talking about. After repetitive visits to jail, he meets a mysterious inmate who challenges his humility, integrity, and faith....
14 year-old Tajalik Stokes is a member of the 17th Street Serpents, a murderous gang in Chicago. After losing his brother to gang violence, Tajalik becomes defiant and violent in his own right. Nonetheless, Tajalik begins to wrestle with his pride when he is confronted with the gospel of Jesus Christ by his peculiar guidance counselor, Alfred Justice who tries to mentor him. Yet, Tajalik's egotism and disobedience land him in a Dante's Inferno experience at the gates of hell.