Gott Mit Uns Book 1
SANI: The German Medic

It’s 1938. Tired of a life without adventure, German-American Frederick Smith leaves everything he’s ever known to return to his ancestral homeland. What he finds is a nation that is overrun by militarism and hatred.

Though he tries to remain uninvolved in the terror that surrounds him, his thirst for adventure and friendship draws him into service in the army of the Third Reich. As a medic, or Sani, he is a non-combatant, but when war breaks out, the actions of his comrades challenge him to question whether he can truly stand on his own beliefs.

Faced with inner conflict and the constant death that surrounds him, he relinquishes his life to Jesus Christ and is soon called upon to do much more than bandage wounds and try to bring soldiers comfort in their dying moments. Throughout the next five years of war, Frederick sees clearly how Gott Mit Uns holds true for those who stand for righteousness amidst great evil.

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Gott Mit Uns Book 2
The Prodigal Sons

Weimar Germany, 1923
A father, a son, and a cousin.

Ernst was born too late to fight alongside his brothers in the Great War. An alcoholic and brawler, he finds his place in Germany’s postwar struggle by throwing in his lot with the burgeoning Nazi Party. Yet the failed Putsch attempt brings him home to stay for the first time in years.

Jakob is a young prodigy and church musician who wants nothing more than to spend time with his childhood sweetheart and live a quiet life of service to God. Yet this is not the world he was born into.

Friedrich is a German-American who remained in Germany after fighting with the Allies in the Great War. After healing from a life-threatening injury sustained in October 1918, he’s become a devoted husband and man of God who is loved and admired by all. Yet can there truly be forgiveness for the sins of a past that continues to haunt him?

The Christmas We Both Needed
A Gott Mit Uns Story

Every year, the Christmas season comes to remind me just how imperfect this world is.

Christmas has never given me anything to look forward to, but I’m learning to grit my teeth and get through the season without dragging too many people down with me. My reasons for hating Christmas are more than I’d ever admit to anyway.

I’m renting a room from a girl named Emma. This was supposed to be her first Christmas as a married woman. Instead, she finds herself estranged from the man she loves and living with me, his former best friend. In a perfect world, either he would be sitting here, or Emma and I would have fallen madly in love. Once again, the Christmas season has come to remind me how imperfect this world is.

Both sweet and gritty, The Christmas We Both Needed touches the very heart of the season. You won’t want to wait until Christmas to open these pages!

CW/TW: While this is a clean book, it contains references to homosexuality, prostitution, abuse and alcoholism.

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