Brotherhood of Betrayal

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Multnomah Publishers, 1999 - Fiction - 474 pages
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"Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples," Jesus said (John 13:35, NLT). Why then are Christians noted for their hateful judgment of each other? Brotherhood of Betrayal illustrates the ugliness of the betrayal syndrome that festers inside the Christian church. Respected missionary pastor Clay McCain leaves his family and growing church in Sweden for a beautiful, wealthy woman. But the Christian community reacts cruelly - even to his innocent abandoned family...

A Family's Nightmare...

Clay McCain, a high-profile American pastor serving in Stockholm, Sweden, mysteriously disappears. Who can his wife, Rachel, and her three young children turn to for help? Her Swedish friends? Her home church in the United States? Her mission board? Her relatives?

Rachel's eventual outreach of trust, alongside a shocking discovery, sets off an unexpected avalanche of betrayal that turns her world, her family, and her faith upside down.

This poignant sequel to the bestselling Wisdom Hunter and Jordan's Crossing dramatically illustrates the hideousness of the betrayal syndrome that is sweeping through the body of Christ--assaulting and devastating families, friends, and churches.

This is a story that touches us all. It may even be your story.

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The last thing thirtysomething missionary Rachel McCain expects is for Clay, her husband of 13 years, to disappear while they are stationed in Stockholm. Her world crumbles when she learns that he has ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

For twenty years, Randall Arthur was a missionary pastor in Europe. With his wife, Sherri, he founded and organized churches in Oslo, Munich, and Berlin. He has lived in Georgia since 1998, recruiting, training, and leading short-term mission teams that assist churches in Western Europe.

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