American Christians often hear stories of religious persecution in other countries. Bibles considered contraband, witnessing a crime punishable by imprisonment-being a Christian in some parts of the world is a dangerous undertaking. But what if it were like this in the United States as well? Considering the rise of evil in America, could this be our future? One Family Under God: The Final Revival by Ken Nellis is a compelling novel that describes a near-future dystopian America where Christianity is no longer welcome. In this world, the Johnson family has been chosen by God to usher in the final revival in history, with a four-year-old family member becoming an unwitting hero in the chain of events. Inspired by the progression of sin in the United States today and the slow digression of Christian involvement in all aspects of society, Ken uses biblical concepts of the End Times along with current events to craft the Johnson family's journey, as they are obedient to God's will through the daily hardships and rising peril. Full of twists and turns as well as edge-of-your-seat moments, One Family Under God: The Final Revival provides a troubling look at a fictional world that may become non-fiction in the not-so-distant future. Follow the Johnson family as they do their part in spreading the Gospel to all the nations of the world, despite the pushback from government authorities, rising anti-Christian sentiments, and daily dangers. If you are looking for a gripping adventure, this book is for you. You won't want to put it down Ken Nellis is a professionally trained researcher and author of the new novel, One Family Under God: The Final Revival. He is keenly aware of the intersection of end times prophecy and the present political landscape. Ken hopes to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ to each reader. Brought up in the great white north of Minnesota, Ken is an avid baseball fan and even tried out for the Minnesota Twins at one point. He pines for the snow and cold days of yesteryear. He is a widower and currently lives in the warmer St. Louis area with two daughters and a grandson.