Moshe's daughter is having the biggest day of her life. Today is the day that the king has learned from God what her calling in life is to be. There is to be a celebration before she leaves for the capital city of Sodorrah. But, during the celebration Moshe's son is called away to serve his calling as well. The next morning Moshe's wife is invited to join them in the capital city. And Moshe is abducted, to be sold to another king.
Richard W. Kelly, author of Testament and The Psi-Chotic Adventures of Drew Darby, had been soul searching for years in an attempt to find the great inspiration that Christians found in Christ. He had spoke to friends, family, priests, watched movies, read books… But, after years of not finding the answers to his questions he turned to the one place he had been avoiding, the Bible. On a mission to go cover to cover, he read the Bible and recorded his thoughts as he went.
Drew Darby was an average high school kid. Well, an average, dorky, loner, high school kid whose parents made him get a part time job. Little did he know, when he stepped into the building for his new job, he was taking the first step on his way to becoming a soldier in the United States Army's Psychic Operations. Before long Drew would be facing an adventure that could change the face of the planet.
A collection of short stories from the mind of Richard W. Kelly, the author of Testament. From parkour rebels to men sold as currency, this collection holds fascinating tales from beyond our normal world. Stories Included Anti-Tech Born Into a Cell Gasp Kings of One Color Past or Prejudice Project Apollo: Full Circle Scar Tissue of the Heart We All Need Love Your Life Will Pass Before Your Eyes
Testament Thomas had been living the life of a lazy man, afraid of failure. His dishelved two bedroom apartment and the filthy gas station he worked at from midnight to morning were close reflections of the depraved inner world he inhabited. All of that was about to change. A double murder, an unholy creature, and two fresh wounds on his neck would lead Thomas to find a purpose, find himself, find his God.