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Christian Teen Fantasy

Posted by Craig W. Dressler on February 12, 2013 at 12:25 PM Comments comments (0)

The Christian teen fantasy entitled Hafren: A Fantasy for the Young at Heart was recently released. Midwest Book Review wrote the following: "This is the story of an adventure of two youths... The two fellows looked different and because of that others stayed away from them, but that doesn't stop their quest for adventure... Are they afraid? Perhaps! But this trip holds many surprises for them... This story is one of overcoming evil with the help of God, friendship, and helping your fellow man. It is an entertaining and God-principled story that any teen should enjoy."

Hafren: A Fantasy for the Young at Heart is available from amazon.com and from the Lighthouse Christian Publishing website fantasy page two at the following link: http://lighthousechristianpublishing.com

 

Christian Espionage Novel Released

Posted by Craig W. Dressler on January 18, 2013 at 1:10 PM Comments comments (0)

The Christian espionage novel entitled Heart of Terror was just released. One review's first words were that it is a well-written, engaging novel". He goes on to say: "The story is a low-key, solidly written account that reveals some of the inner workings of the Muslim world in Iran and Saudi Arabia... The story is engaging and flows smoothly in a steady rhythm... It is an entertaining and though-provoking story." The Midwest Book Review said: "Heart of Terror is and exciting twist of thriller and faith, very much recommended reading." Heart of Terror is available as an ebook as well as from the usual outlets like Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

What Are The Keys To Destiny?

Posted by Craig W. Dressler on March 11, 2010 at 1:03 PM

     As the Israelites marched into the Promised Land, God had a specified order for each tribe as they moved forward.  This order reveals keys that each of us needs to incorporate into our life to reach our destiny.

     Levi, which means connect, was the foundation stone of God's plan.  This tribe was placed at the center protected by all the other tribes as Israel advanced.  Similarly, our connections to God through faith in Jesus' death and resurrection need to be centrally located and protected.  Our life needs to revolve around Bible study, church attendance and other divine connections.

     Most Christians know that Judah means praise and was out front but few know that Naphtali, which means warfare, was placed last.  With this order God identifies warfare at the rearguard as critical in reaching destiny.  The need for prayer covering while new territory is being taken cannot be emphsized enough.

 

The book, Keys To Destiny, expands on this theme.  Lastly, Craig Dressler is available for speaking engagements and can be reached at [email protected].