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The Silent Majority
Freedom In His Great Name
by Carl McPherson View author's profile page

Overview


What will the United States of America look like in the very near future if we continue to thrust God to the outer reaches of our society?  What dystopian nightmare will we create for ourselves?

How will you survive in a world where God is illegal and freedom is a quickly fading memory?

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Description


With the United States of America spiraling down in self-destructive and suicidal policies, Jack and Megan flee to the Arizona Mountains. Hiding from the government sponsored Antifa marauders, husband and wife must find a way to befriend The Silent Majority for access to their Ham Radio Frequencies. Jack and Megan's Type I diabetic daughter is stuck in Flagstaff, Arizona behind enemy lines. Does she have enough insulin? Is she still alive? Follow Jack and Megan as they try to survive in the mountains while staying under the radar of the tyrannical U.S. government to avoid the re-education camps.

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About the author


Carl McPherson was born and raised in Northern Michigan in a Christian home. He accepted Christ to lead his life at the age of 12 at youth camp. Carl is sure Christ at times has been pleased with his choices, and at times disappointed as well. After college and the United States Air Force, Carl married his lovely wife Tanya and they have had one daughter. Unable to have more children, Carl and Tanya have gone through periods of calm sailing as well as moments of sheer terror in the storms. Over the decades together, Carl has worked as a water plant operator, farmer, water softener installer, plumber, back to being a water plant operator, a pool supply delivery truck driver, pig farmer, doing contract work for the Department of Defense in Iraq, homeschooling his daughter and then back to being a water plant operator again. Carl's childhood dream of working in the forest, wildlife management or in fisheries has never happened. He has found himself working in a profession that interests him very little. He has discovered that his purpose in life is not his profession, it is in the relationships with those he comes to know along the path of life with him. Carl's path has been spending so much time on the things that do not eternally matter, and so little on the those deeply held in his heart. He longs for a simple life where prayer, Bible study and worship take up the greatest part of his day. The distractions of needing to pay for a home, vehicle, food, clothing, medical care, and all the rest, bury you in its chaos. Carl is a simple husband and father; and a full time Jesus Freak. He looks beyond this world with such joy and eager anticipation for the next.

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Christian / Futuristic

Language:English

Series title:The Silent Majority

Series Number:1

Pages:254

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781098387181


Overview


What will the United States of America look like in the very near future if we continue to thrust God to the outer reaches of our society?  What dystopian nightmare will we create for ourselves?

How will you survive in a world where God is illegal and freedom is a quickly fading memory?

Read more

Description


With the United States of America spiraling down in self-destructive and suicidal policies, Jack and Megan flee to the Arizona Mountains. Hiding from the government sponsored Antifa marauders, husband and wife must find a way to befriend The Silent Majority for access to their Ham Radio Frequencies. Jack and Megan's Type I diabetic daughter is stuck in Flagstaff, Arizona behind enemy lines. Does she have enough insulin? Is she still alive? Follow Jack and Megan as they try to survive in the mountains while staying under the radar of the tyrannical U.S. government to avoid the re-education camps.

Read more

About the author


Carl McPherson was born and raised in Northern Michigan in a Christian home. He accepted Christ to lead his life at the age of 12 at youth camp. Carl is sure Christ at times has been pleased with his choices, and at times disappointed as well. After college and the United States Air Force, Carl married his lovely wife Tanya and they have had one daughter. Unable to have more children, Carl and Tanya have gone through periods of calm sailing as well as moments of sheer terror in the storms. Over the decades together, Carl has worked as a water plant operator, farmer, water softener installer, plumber, back to being a water plant operator, a pool supply delivery truck driver, pig farmer, doing contract work for the Department of Defense in Iraq, homeschooling his daughter and then back to being a water plant operator again. Carl's childhood dream of working in the forest, wildlife management or in fisheries has never happened. He has found himself working in a profession that interests him very little. He has discovered that his purpose in life is not his profession, it is in the relationships with those he comes to know along the path of life with him. Carl's path has been spending so much time on the things that do not eternally matter, and so little on the those deeply held in his heart. He longs for a simple life where prayer, Bible study and worship take up the greatest part of his day. The distractions of needing to pay for a home, vehicle, food, clothing, medical care, and all the rest, bury you in its chaos. Carl is a simple husband and father; and a full time Jesus Freak. He looks beyond this world with such joy and eager anticipation for the next.

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