Angel of Mercy: A Christian Commission Delegate During the Civil War

Front Cover Picture of Angel of Mercy: A Christian Commission Delegate During the Civil War by Michael Marcela

In 1862, a young preacher in New Jersey attends a gathering in the town square where a speaker from the United States Christian Commission is preaching to the crowd. The speaker, Zachariah Owens, is calling for new recruits for this new, evangelical service ministry for soldiers far away, fighting to save the Union. The young preacher, Noah Sawyers, feel the lord's calling him to join this organization.

This Christian, historical novel follows Noah Sawyers from his comfortable home and church in New Jersey to the camps, battlefields and hospitals of South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville. Through his experiences we learn about the work of the U. S. Christian Commission.

Through Delegate Sawyers wartime journey facing illness, death and challenges, Noah grows in his understanding of living in God's will, of his own strengths and abilities and just what living by Faith really means. This is paperback and 277 pages Price is $20.00 which includes FREE SHIPPING

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