CrossReads Short Takes: Shadow of the Mountain & Reflections of a Southern Boy

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CrossReads Short Takes

Shadow of the Mountain

A Novel of the Flood

(The Children of Ararat Book 1)

by Scott R. Rezer

Shadow of the Mountain

Chosen… or delusional? How does one man persevere when he is given a message that will either test the strength of his faith or convince him he has lost his mind?

NOACH BEN-LEMEKH is one of the few men on earth who still worships the One True God. With his barren wife, he leads a simple life as a trader in the provincial city of Beth-Aden, away from the intrigues that infest the capital of the League of Sippar. But when God warns him of the coming Flood, his mission thrusts him into the arena of world affairs. As civil war erupts, a tide of evil arises across the face of the earth around a newly proclaimed lord of the Nephilim… the ill-begotten son of a fallen angelic prince and the seed of a woman. As the world rushes headlong into war and ever-increasing violence, Noach stands between one world’s cataclysmic destruction and the promised birth of another to become the second father of mankind.

God never told him though that sin would find him again in the shadow of the mountain…

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Reflections of a Southern Boy

Devotions from the Deep South

by Jack Cunningham

Reflections of a Southern Boy

What do kudzu, fiddler crabs, and an undeserved trophy have in common? They’re all part of Mister Cunningham’s experiences growing up in the Deep South. He compiles these stories and others into a series of devotionals and Bible studies. A few stories, though, just have a Southern theme. Some are humorous and others more serious, but all teach life lessons readers can apply to their own faith journeys.

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