I’m often asked “Why I wrote The Enchanting Legends Of Shiloh Mansion: The Young King“.
In answer to that question, it appears to me that our society seems to be gravitating towards the dark side in every facet of life. We see it in our movies, television programs, music, etc. Boundaries have been crossed. Godly principles are systematically being abandoned, and biblical truths are being ignored. We seem to be embracing and glorifying that which is not of God. Pandora’s box has lost it’s lid, and everything is now out of the box.
We see a growing fascination with vampires, witches, wizards, and the like – which are so prevalent in a lot of teen novels these days. Families and youth in particular, need an alternative. A book that has the supernatural and high tech themes, but none of these elements.
God has impressed upon my heart a desire to share that He truly does make a difference in our lives. He has given me the heart of a child who eagerly desires to share the truth of His Word! I want our families, and particularly our youth to know that His omnipotent power supercedes any other power or principality. Here in The Enchanting Legends one can become familiar with the true source of ultimate power, the most awesome, extraordinary, luminous universal power, our Creator and Maker, the Great I AM, the God Most High!
The Enchanting Legends Of Shiloh Mansion provides an alternative to vampires, witches, warlocks, etc. They are entertaining and educational. They include mystery, drama, super heroes, time travel, history, secret portals, smart teens, hi-tech gadgetry, and special powers that come from “The Light, for God is Light and in Him there is no darkness“. They depict a modern day family who still holds to biblical principles, and responsible youth who are true role models for families and youth of today.
Christian fiction is an excellent way to learn biblical truths and be entertained. Although the characters in The Enchanting Legends are imaginary, the principles they embrace are real.
My desire is that your faith will be strengthened, refueled, inspired, encouraged, renewed, activated, or discovered.