Evil, darkness, and chaos are spreading over the world. In preparation for the end of times, God gives many of his believers a vision to build safe havens- secret sanctuaries to protect Christians from persecution, hatred, and even death. These faithful visionaries establish ranches and small towns around the country, and God begins to lead his people to refuge.
Two of these chosen ones are Joanna Holton and her adult son, David. They are on the run from Omar Winston, the evil commander of The Enforcers, a private army that hunts down Christians for detainment.
When Joanna and David are eventually captured by these God-hating socialists, the two are placed in a detention warehouse and told that anyone who denounces Jesus Christ as Lord, Savior, and the Son of God may go free.
Those who refuse will end up in even worse conditions.
Joanna and David's next decision could mean life or death. Will the prospect of freedom and self-preservation win? Or will they be able to trust God in the face of evil?
This riveting installment of the Flee to the Mountains series continues to prepare believers for the dark times ahead.
About the Author
Donna J. Benson is a long haul driver with her co-driver and husband. They previously owned and operated a greenhouse nursery, through which they developed gardening and subsistence farming skills.
Due to a vision of coming evil times, Benson and her husband set out to learn everything they could about storage, canning, and preserving food, including the food they grow themselves. The ability to live self-sufficiently, and potentially off-grid, became the priority. They believe everyone, believer and unbeliever, will need these skills to survive when chaos reigns over the world. No one knows when this will happen, but Benson and her husband plan to be ready and to prepare their children and grandchildren.
Miraculous Escape is the third installment of Benson's Flee to the Mountains series that, along with her blog by the same name, encourages believers to prepare for coming evil.
Find out more at www.fleetothemountains.com.