The Battle for Andy
When Andy opened the door on his seventeenth birthday, he was expecting an awesome present, maybe the car he wanted. What he actually got was the news that would rock his world—his beloved parents had been killed that morning in a car accident. The death of Andy's parents is the start of an intense battle for control of the teenager. Their deaths could be the catalyst that destroys his relationship with God and pulls him to the dark side. That's what Haphak, a servant of Satan, wants. And Haphak has the perfect tool to help him—Andy's Aunt Margaret. Margaret loves her money and her lifestyle, but she doesn't love God. When she learns Andy's parents have left him a millionaire, she is convinced it will be best for her to get custody of Andy—and control his money. But God will fight for Andy. He sends his angels to protect Andy and fight Haphak and his helpers. Andy's papa, a strong Christian, comes as well, and he is who Andy's parents have put in charge. He's determined to protect and guide the hurting Andy. But he's also hoping to reach his daughter. In the midst of all this, Andy must sort through his own feelings and choose a path. Will he continue to follow God, or will Satan win control? What will the outcome of The Battle for Andy be?
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