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Plume, Jan 1, 2003 - Fiction - 289 pages
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On just another Sunday, a man joins a group of friends for a golf game. A working mother, trying to balance career and home, skips weekly services. An Internet junkie scours the Web looking for some comforting news but finds only unrest. Ordinary people who live their lives in an unsettled time, like most too overwhelmed by their own concerns to register the groundswell of changes taking place everywhere-until the instance when millions around the world disappear. Immediately, life after the Rapture becomes a chaotic battle for survival. Into the void steps Azul Dante, the charismatic leader of the Prodigal Project. He shines a light in the darkness of the End Times, his new world order representing a return to the promised land of the past. And in the beginning, seven hopeful men and women set out separately to find salvation in the Prodigal Project. Instead, they initiate a series of personal trials that will ultimately prove to be the sternest test of their souls...

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Review: Genesis (Prodigal Project #1)

User Review  - Jessica - Goodreads

Kind of a new Left Behind. I'm not even sure if I thing "The Rapture" is Biblical, but this is still a great story of several people's journey through the beginning of the End Times. Good action, definitely a page turner. Read full review

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User Review  - Michael Klassen - Goodreads

Awesome. It is very inspiring. Read full review


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Ken Abraham was educated at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Asbury College, and Asbury Theological Seminary. He is a former professional musician and the former Senior Pastor of Christian Fellowship Center in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. He is a New York Times best-selling author, known for his collaborations with popular celebrities and fascinating, high-profile public figures. He co-wrote numerous books including Let's Roll! with Lisa Beamer, Racing to Win with Joe Gibbs, The Right Thing with Scott Waddle, and When Will the Heaven Begin?: This Is Ben Breedlove's Story with Ally Breedlove.

Daniel Hart served a tour of duty for the U.S. Army in Vietnam. He was also a decorated veteran of a large metropolitan police force before turning to writing full time.

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