Jerusalem Countdown

World War III Has Begun. This revision of Jerusalem Countdown , updated to address the recent conflict with Hezbollah, the roles of North Korea and Syria in the coming nuclear showdown, and the infiltration of Islamic terrorists on American soil. Enhancing the message of the original edition, which has sold more than 800,000 copies, John Hagee anticipates Israel’s strategies toward the Iranian threat and the resulting effect upon America. Hagee skillfully unveils the reasons radical Islam and Israel cannot dwell peaceably together as he paints a convincing picture explaining why Christians must support the State of Israel. 

Author: John Hagee

Philistine: The Great Deception

The author relays how his father often told him that the next major World War would be Middle Eastern centered, and pointed out to this author how daily events were moving that toward fruition. The author assumed this was parental rantings, later in his 30’s, he began to see the wisdom of his father’s insights, for the next 20 years he did extensive digging and documenting of the history of Islam, Arabs and the Persians (who are the only followers of Islam in that region, who are not of Arabians -which is important and detailed) and the Jewish nation.

Author: Ramon Bennett

Hidden in Time (Livingstone Chronicles Book #2)

Jerusalem 1121 AD. A Frenchman from the order of the Poor Fellow Soldiers of Christ and the Temple of Solomon continues on a quest far more secretive than the crusades. Descending into the caverns below the city, he will find what he’s been looking for. But an earthquake will ensure the artifact and its secrets remain untouched for centuries . . .
Now archeologist Adam Livingstone’s discovery of the Ark of Noah has stunned the world. But as he and his team struggle to remove the priceless treasure, there are many who conspire against them . . .

Author: Michael Phillips

The Key to Zion (Zion Chronicles Book #5)

Rabbi Lebowitz has waited a lifetime for this moment. No Jew has held the key to the Gate of Zion since AD 70. Yet on May 14,1948, the day of Israel’s statehood, the British will turn that key–the symbol of his hope for the nation–over to him. But before the British evacuate, full scale fighting breaks out. Five Middle Eastern nations gather around palestine to divide it among themselves. Caught in the middle, the native Palestinians flee. Is there any hope for peace? for stopping the bloodshed?

Author: Brock and Bodie Theone

The Return to Zion (Zion Chronicles Book #3)

The old city of Jerusalem is under siege in February 1948. Food, fuel, and weapons are scarce. The U.S. arms embargo against the Jews is still in effect–although the British openly sell weapons to the Arabs. David Meyer is given a dangerous assignment–to hire pilots and buy planes that could fly to Palestine the instant statehood is declared. It could cost him his U.S. citizenship, and Ellie, his bride, would be in harm’s way. David had signed up for the war, but not to carry the weight of a nation. Especially when betrayal swirls in the air.

Author: Brock and Bodie Theone

A Daughter of Zion (Zion Chronicles Book #2)

She survived the holocaust at great personal cost. But will her past now destroy her? It’s January 1948. After suffering the horrors of years in a Nazi concentration camp, Rachel Lubetkin has at last come home to Jerusalem…and the family who thought she was dead. But the mark on her arm has also marked her heart. Will her secrets, if revealed, discredit her among her own people?

Author: Brock and Bodie Theone

The Gates of Zion (Zion Chronicles Book #1)

Ellie Warne, a young American photojournalist, finds herself in Jerusalem in 1947. She unwittingly becomes a pawn in a political chess game when she photographs some ancient scrolls discovered by Bedouins. Who would guess that a few innocent photos could entangle her in such a desperate web of intrigue and peril?

David Meyer seems to love her dearly, but Moshe Sachar has a purpose and commitment in life that intrigues her more than she can say. Through it all, Ellie discovers a people, a spirit, and a person who profoundly change the direction of her life.

Author: Brock and Bodie Theone

Directed Verdict

In Saudi Arabia, two American missionaries are targeted by the infamous religious police—Muttawa. The man is tortured and killed; his wife arrested on trumped-up charges before being deported to the United States. Compelled by the injustice of her plight, young attorney Brad Carlson files an unprecedented civil rights suit against Saudi Arabia and the ruthless head of the Muttawa. But the suit unleashes powerful forces that will stop at nothing to vindicate the Arabian kingdom. Witnesses are intimidated and some disappear; jurors are bribed; and a member of Brad’s own team may be attempting to sabotage the case. As Brad navigates a maze of treachery and deception, he must gamble his case, his career, and the lives of those he loves on his ability to bring justice to one family, challenge the religious intolerance of a nation, and alter the course of international law.

Author: Randy Singer


In award-winning writer Francine Rivers’s five-book Lineage of Grace series about women in the family tree of Jesus Christ, perhaps the most compelling installment is Unspoken, the love story of David and Bathsheba. This Old Testament saga of adultery, power, and battles fought both on the field of combat and in the human heart touches on the cost of poor choices, the need for forgiveness, and finding ultimate fulfillment–themes that are relevant today. Rivers writes poignantly of how Bathsheba falls in love with David as a little girl, and of her bitterness when she comes of age and is given in marriage to Uriah, one of David’s mighty warriors. Love cannot be commanded, however, and it’s not long before the sexual tension between David and Bathsheba reaches its logical conclusion, with disastrous results. Rivers adeptly brings the biblical account to life, portraying the difficult struggles of good people, the corrupting influence of power, and God’s love for those who make mistakes–even big mistakes.