"Fire in the Wind: The Kingdom's Way" - Historical Novel Takes Readers Back to Jesus' Crucifixion
By: Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
Roman Tribune Valerio Tullus, his Jewish wife Leah and their children, their household of Jews and foreigners, along with Roman Prefect Pontius Pilatus, Jewish leaders, and all of Jerusalem are astonished by the story.
Valerio and his family had embraced Yeshua's proclamation that all shall come to Adonai's kingdom, and it appears to happen when a roaring wind like fire engulfs the city. But Valerio and his family are excluded from this outpouring. What then does this mean for believers and nonbelievers?
Valerio seeks out Yeshua's followers. What he learns will change him and his family forever.
About the Author: Cheryl Ann Toliver hopes to engage readers in New Testament culture and history so they can better understand its message from a more encompassing, non-denominational perspective, and also to learn what people in the 1st century thought of the early church in the years following Jesus' crucifixion. In "Fire in the Wind: The Kingdom's Way," she continues her story begun in her previous books "Wilderness Refuge: A Prophet's Kingdom" and "Bread and Stone: A New Kingdom."
Author website: www.cherylanntoliverwritings.com
"For readers wanting a better insight into the New Testament, this inspirational story offers a wonderful read. We are pleased to announce its release," said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency.
FIRE IN THE WIND: THE KINGDOM'S WAY is now available in Hardcover (ISBN: 978-1-950860-