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Religion / History

Date Published: April 12, 2023

Publisher: Clay Bridges Press



Following the tumultuous course of American history in the mid-nineteenth century, here is the story of Nathan Butterfield-a preacher's son whose faith in God is all but destroyed as he experiences the loss of loved ones and friends and witnesses his country being torn apart by the brutal realities of slavery. As the nation descends into a bloody civil war, Nathan is drawn into the conflict and further embittered and traumatized by the savagery that surrounds him, though several people try to help him see that a gracious and loving God is still to be found. Only through a life-changing battlefield experience does Nathan finally see the staggering depth and beauty of God's amazing grace.


From the beginning, Ross Phillps does a wonderful job to take the reader along on this journey. We are enthralled from the get-go. 
To have a story that allows you to feel and care deeply for all the characters in this way has to be seen as very special. 
You can feel the spiritual moments throughout the book. It's a great testament to the power of faith. 


About the Author                                                                   

Ross Phillips is a practicing behavioral health therapist with a significant interest in trauma recovery. He is a history lover and was a Civil War reenacted for nearly fifteen years. He sees his relationship with God as by far the most important part of who he is, and he is constantly amazed by God's grace. Phillips lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with his cat Jasper, whom he loves, and a small statue of a friendly beaver named Bob, that he kind of likes.

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