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The Stone of Ebenezer

by Susan Van Volkenburgh


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/16/2015

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 328
ISBN : 9781490882284
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 328
ISBN : 9781490882291
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 328
ISBN : 9781490882277

About the Book

NAGAD's life was perfect until it was torn apart by the ravages of war. Now, haunted by his past, this young conscript must meet the enemy in battle. With shaking rage the nations collide in a fierce conflict for dominance. Yet more is at stake than the survival of a people. The dispute contests the claim of immortal supremacy, the outcome to prove whose god reigns omnipotent.

And so, Nagad of Benjamin pushes on through the raging tide of battle. But to no avail. Soon crushed by the mighty war machine of Philistia, thousands of Hebrew soldiers lay slaughtered upon the carrion infested field. Hope has abandoned them. Then it is remembered, that in the days of their fathers, any army that bore the Ark of the Covenant could not be defeated. They need the Ark, for only then can the Chosen of God prevail against the enemy.

But they are wrong.

"An amazing, vivid account of biblical events is historically accurate where God's judgments, treacherous journeys, blood battles and even romance come alive to the reader in this skillfully written epic story." −Rev. Judith Wiegman


About the Author

Oncology Nurse turned homeschool educator, Susan Van Volkenburgh is an author of Christian fiction and nonfiction books. As a musical evangelist, Susan travels with the gospel group, the Van Martins. After the death of her father on September 11, 2001, Susan began speaking of her experience. Her book, Silent Resolve and the God Who Let Me Down (A 9/11 story), recounts Susan’s loss and subsequent spiritual journey.

Born too late to experience antiquity first hand, Susan spends much of her time studying and teaching ancient history. Therefore, it seemed only natural that she should draw from the experience of grief and trauma to write THE STONE OF EBENEZER, a story of faith and restoration through the medium of Biblical fiction.

Susan is married and has three children. She lives in the Dallas/ Fort Worth area.