Gott Mit Uns Book 1:

It’s 1938. Nineteen year old German-American Frederick Smith feels the call to his homeland. In spite of warnings from those closest to him, he boards a ship and crosses the ocean, stepping into the Germany of Hitler and the Nazis.

Though he tries to remain uninvolved in the terror that surrounds him, his thirst for adventure and friendship draws him into service in the German Army. As a medic, or “Sani,” he is a non-combatant, but as 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 comes to faith in Jesus Christ amidst a sleeping battalion following the Invasion of Poland in 1939. Afterwards, he is soon called by God to do much more than bandage wounds and try to bring soldiers comfort in their dying moments. Through this he learns that “Gott Mit Uns” still holds true for those who stand for Christ amidst great evil.

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