Foundations of Faith

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Thomas is an average teen; until he attends his Confirmation retreat. Suddenly, he is pursued by a dark, sinister force that wants nothing more than to destroy his faith; a faith he has yet to understand that he has. As Thomas' life begins to fall apart, he has to choose: give in to the darkness, or find the strength to resist. Once he decides, the foundations of his life will never be the same. More

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About Michael Chrobak

Michael Chrobak has been involved in working with Youth and Youth Ministry programs since he was a teen himself; a long, long time ago. He has held the position of Director of Religious Education and Youth Minister for St. Bonaventure’s Parish in Concord, CA, and also as Youth Minister for St. Michael’s Parish in Livermore, CA. He has survived raising four children of his own and now lives in Oakley, CA where he continues to stay involved in Youth Ministry through his blogs and books.

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About the Series: Brother Thomas and the Guardians of Zion
Brother Thomas has discovered he's been blessed with superhero powers based on Faith; one of the Fruits of the Holy Spirit. Now, he has been given a quest: to find the Guardians of Zion, a group of teens and young adults who carry the other eleven powers. And he must do so before the evil entity that has been trying to destroy his world finds them first!

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Jacques de Villiers reviewed on Nov. 7, 2018

Many thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy of his ebook in exchange for an honest review.

First, let me start by saying that I am not a religious person; not by conventional standards anyway, but Foundation of Faith, makes you question your faith; it really does.

Book 1 seems to provide the background for the growth of Thomas and the setup for the rest of the series so it comes across as slow paced. A lot happens in Thomas's life which eventually leads him to where the story is going to take us but it is only right at the end that we find out what his purpose will be.

I actually wasn't put off by this and I ended up enjoying the book; so much so that I am looking forward to the next book in the series, The Paladin of Panama.

Even though this book does get a little preachy, it is a good read; hopefully, there'll be more of a fantasy element in the next books.

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