The still small voice leads the way.
As defenders of the light, three children embark on a journey to stop the dark forces invading their land.
"Still Small Voice by Allen Brokken is an adventure of a lifetime! Filled with mystery, action, family bonds, and a healthy dose of animal friends this second book in the Tower of Light Series is a fantastic continuation of the journey of siblings Lauren, Aiden, and Ethan. Their quest to spread the Light as Darkness creeps across the land is a faith-filled adventure worth joining."
~Katie Clark, author of the Enslaved Series
Wielding the power of the light, Lauren, Aiden, and Ethan are Zoura’s last defense against the invading darkness. But their Uncle sees them only as children. He unknowingly leads them off their path, and a misguided acolyte follows—striking as the dark forces prepare to descend. Can Lauren, Aiden, and Ethan convince Uncle of the truth and make it to Blooming Glen to light the tower before the Dark One’s forces overtake them?
Their parents have been lost in darkness and only their faith can shine the way home.
The Tower of Light series insightfully examines childlike faith from the perspective of three small children, facing insurmountable problems… and succeeding, by faith and grace alone.
"Whether you are 10 or 100, “Light of Mine” encourages and inspires all of us to “let our light shine before others, that they may see our good deeds and glorify our Father in heaven” (Matthew 5:16)."
Light of Mine, introduces Lauren (12), Aiden (9), and Ethan (5) who bear the responsibility of keeping their Father’s newly constructed Tower of Light shining in his absence.
When my kids were young there was really nothing better than getting out of my car at the end of a long day at work and having my three little kiddos run up to me and give hugs because Daddy’s Home! As a Father of three young children I was very concerned about the direction society was taking. I wasn’t sure that with how things were going that I had the knowledge or the skill to train them up in the way they should go, as the Bible directs.
Then in 2008 I took a new job that had me traveling four days a week. It was one of the hardest times of my life, the stress of a high pressure job, the loneliness of being on the road, and uncertainty of being a young parent really brought me to the end of myself. However, all of the travel gave me a lot of time to study the scriptures and learn from the writing of great bible teachers.
It was during this time that I began to write stories for my children. At first I brought my children’s stuffed animals to life for silly adventures. But then one day while we were putting together a play fort in our back yard I saw a sunrise pattern in the wood in the top of the tower. I thought:
"What if there was a Tower of Light shining God’s goodness over the children and their animals?"
"What if the children experienced the indwelling of the holy spirit in a real way like Sampson or David?"
"What if the full armor of God was physical armor they could use to defeat the darkness?"
As I shared my story with my children, they loved it.
I believe you and your children will love it too.