If you’ve not read any of Steve’s Crossfire novels, you’re in for a treat
These are radical, spec ops warfare, spiritual battles that test your credibility until you realize that, “Hey! I’ve had encounters like that.” or “That’s how I talk to the Lord.” Stephen has just kicked it up a few notchs—well, a bit more than that. OK. They’re over the top fun.
Every one I read is a wild ride like that. The good guys are tried and experienced warriors who meet the Lord, get filled with the Spirit, and then the Lord starts using them as global troubleshooters—supernatually endowed to take down evil enemy groups and leaders. The spiritual battles are graphic. The latest one I read, Faith Crossfire, has the team in a knock-down spiritual battle with the enemy in Africa— on the level of Elijah’s battle with the priests of Baal, but these are Muslim terrorists [or an off-shoot thereof] trying to kill the team and all the Christians in a nation that seems an awful lot like Sudan.
There are 15 novels listed on crossfire novels.com
I’m about a third of the way through the series. It is great, clean Christian entertainment with a lot of action and some great people. It would make an excellent comic book series, but then they are not my books.
A young corporate executive and his new wife are drawn into a dangerous world when they defend an innocent man being visciously attacked. As Jack Malone becomes the guardian of an object that the enemy of mankind wants very badly their world collapses around them. Overwhelmed and subject to pursuit by the police and the gang they have nowhere to turn. In desperation they turn to God. They find that God’s plan for them is radically different than anything they ever expected. Aided by family and friends they battle back against all odds in an attempt to regain their lives and to end the violence. The action parallels events happening across the globe today as evil becomes more and more prominent in American society. [from crossfire novels.com]
Jack and Laura Malone embark on a walk with the Lord in an attempt to help the homeless in Denver. They discover that many homeless children go missing every year from the streets and no one cares. With Mark Connelly and a new partner, Sarah Cohen, an Israeli Mossad agent who is on a totally different investigation of the same people, their operations take on new dangers and battles, save the U.S. from serious urban warfare, and rescue some of the children. [from crossfire novels.com]
The Crossfire Team assists the Israeli Mossad as it combats a terrorist group that has penetrated Israel security and is mounting a horrific attack in Tel Aviv. They quickly become involved in the defense and state politics of Israel as they attempt to save friends, relatives, and an entire nation from a deadly war of terror. Their efforts unveil an even uglier terror and the entire world is drawn into the battle. [from crossfire novels.com]