The factual events and stories of the book are wrapped in a fictional setting. Christians and church leaders make up the true stories that have contributed to the collapse of many churches, which in turn, has enhanced the corruption of America’s culture. Part 1 has Lucifer, the master of a convention, introducing eight professors of evil whose names describe Lucifer from scripture. For example, Professor Falsifier (see John 8:44) teaches how he has swayed seminary and university professors to instruct students that reason and experience trump biblical revelation. In the workshops, Doctor Falsifier and the other seven professors are instructing new field agents with strategies of how to infiltrate churches to make them ineffective. After Part 1, there is an interlude titled, “Where is the Hope?” Here I address the reality of the church’s culture and the possible collapse of America. But, I conclude this section with a clarion call to hope. Our hope is that God is not finished with His bride or this country. The interlude is a bridge into Part 2. Part 2 has the reader in another fictional setting. Again, the information is fact based. The setting is in a stadium with two instructors, angels Gabriel and Michael, teaching seven topics. In Session 1 Gabriel teaches four topics and in Session 2 Michael will address three topics. The sessions will instruct Christians how to be overcomers in their culture ramped with evil. The conference concludes with a worship service. I guarantee you will either find yourself in this book or someone you know. Sorrowfully, I am in the book. Every church that dots the landscape of our country will find their story within these pages as well. You might be saying to yourself, “I have a strong, biblical preaching church, mission-minded, and community-focused to reach the lost.” When my siblings and I we were in trouble, we would blame each other for a wrong done. My dad would say to us, “If the shoe fits, wear it!” You might think the pages penned may not have you or your church in them, but I would be surprised if the shoe doesn’t fit.