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Pastor turned technothriller author may seem a stretch, but C D Myers has always had an interest in the newest weapons in the US military arsenal.

Writing has always been “in my blood” for this father of four, but over the past four years this passion has been condensed to the area of mentoring and discipling of young men specifically.

With four grown sons this probably makes sense.

You will find his writing to include the principles for discipleship in a small group/rural community setting as the backbone for each subject he addresses, and a love for sharing truth amid a riveting story the vehicle he employs.

“Thanks for taking a look at my work,” he says. “God bless your interest, and I hope you enjoy my work as much as I have enjoyed creating it for you.”

“South Pole Vendetta”
Army captain Orey Meeker must find a way to block the prospect of World War III after North Korea steals oil from the South Pole. The year is 2025 and North Korea has discovered a way to fuel their growing missile inventory with oil available at the South Pole, by invading Palmer Station, Antarctica. Can a simple army captain avert World War Three while helping a troubled young teenage boy come to terms with his estranged father’s death? The answer is found in the vendetta which begins at the South Pole and spirals around the world in this geopolitical-thriller.

“Vagabond Prince”
Jephthah – eighth judge of Israel comes to life in this fictitious account. Born to a prostitute, cast out of his family, and exiled from his native land, Jephthah returns in a moment of extreme peril to lead his country against their sworn enemies – but a decision made on the spur of a moment unleashes consequences that are almost too great for him to bear. Based on the Biblical account, history comes alive as you walk the paths of ancient Palestine and pursue the enemies of Israel with the judges appointed by God to rule His people. A fictitious account of the amazing true story found in Judges 11:1 – 12:7.

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    • Thanks for the kind words, and I’m sorry about not getting back sooner. Teaching at our local Christian school means finishing up the end of the school year.

  1. Thanks so much for visiting my blog–glad you saw something you liked!

    Can I just say I’m so delighted to hear about a Christian man mentoring men? It’s ridiculously rare, and SO important. God bless, and carry on!

    • Thanks so much for those kind words. Is it any wonder that the Church in America is struggling when this is so “ridiculously rare”? Oops, I’m very close to jumping onto my soapbox! Thanks again.

    • Oh, soapbox away. I tend to, about this, sometimes, too. I work with a church youth group and for the last two years I’ve been trying to get even one man to agree to volunteer consistently and be the male “go-to” for our boys…not one. Drives me crazy.

    • Hi Mandy,

      Thanks for visiting my blog, nominating me for the “Versatile Blogger” award – and for excusing the mistake I made when I visited your blog. I meant to rate the blog a five but I managed to hit a four and it won’t let me change it.


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