God’s Colonel

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God's Colonel

As America collapses and the Antichrist rises as supreme from the carnage, a broken family struggles to survive the devastation. They become entangled with the non-compliant underground Christians, and are caught in the crossfire of End Time plagues that strike the ungodly with fiery judgment.

Emit Dross, a runaway and criminal, returns as an imposter to the community of his troubled youth. Upon arrival, he finds that his hometown has become a military outpost for the Global Security Forces One World Government—the GSF. He soon realizes that his stolen identity may be an asset, though he finds himself tested greatly. Is it too late for Emit to heed the words of the Underground Christian Broadcast playing on the radio stolen from his deceased father?

Correctional Officer Gray Dross agrees to work for and bow to the GSF, therefore he experiences comfort while others struggle to survive. Inside, he is full of hatred and bitterness toward his brother Emit's rebellious youth, and he abandons what once was important to him. Will he continue to live for himself while thousands perish under his guard?

Flo Dross finds solace in her daughter and a stranger who is left at their farm by security officers. Her heartache is lost in the shadow of the 10-year conflict between her brothers. As tensions rise globally, Flo finds her mother's most treasured possession. Will Flo fall back on what her late parents taught them?

The guillotine is thirsty for the blood of the non-compliant Christians. They are under the command of the secretive Colonel O'Regan, who answers to the powerful, demonic General Norvasso, whose eyes are set on the global leadership of New Roma.


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