Series: Book 1 of 4
Dan Branson, head wrangler for the Triple Peaks Ranch, rides for two days into the wilderness area of Oregon's Cascade Mountains, searching for the source of a flashing light. …
The author has used his many talents to give us all a reminder that good things still happen in spite of the terrible times we all face today. However, in spite of his apparent faith in God and his love for his fellow man, Rolphe is relentless in describing the lack of a belief in God and an international despair as two of the reasons why men constantly go to war and distrust each other; whether it is one man distrusting another or nations who believe in different Gods. Infusing his love for cattle ranching, flying planes and God into his stories, he writes about what he knows. It is clear he knows much about what discord the lack of a belief can cause. Although he uses angels and demons to make his point, he does not turn to fire and brimstone, but to analogies and psalms and verses from the Bible. But, the psalms and verses are only used once you have a clear understanding of why they are there in the first place. He's not preaching; he is teaching.Carolyn F. Piner (North Carolina)
Series: Book 2 of 4
God’s messenger, Angelo, asks Dan Branson to fly to South America to assist a Christian cattle rancher. …
A man must take his faith to a new land and have it tested in a power siege between a land owner and a vicious cartel, aided by the son of the land owner, Don Diego. Dan Branson has always been known for being a strong Christian and helping his fellow man and following God's will. Dan accepts God's calling and travels to Argentina to help the Mandera family in their problems. After Armando Mandera is wounded and several of his gauchos are killed, Armando seeks a Christian man to help him and his family;. When the cartel discover Dan is offering his help, they stop at nothing to try to stop him from arriving including having a pilot jump from his plane in an attempt to crash the plane. Dan has his faith tested in many ways but, with some Angelic intervention, he is determined to succeed in this intriguing novel.jwbatlarge
Series: Book 3 of 4
Our story picks up with Mattie Branson, daughter of Dan Branson, now nineteen and completing her first year of studies at a Bible college in Portland, Oregon. ...
The Villa is a very touching uplifting story of how even the impossible can be reality with the divine intervention of God.I loved seeing how a man takes a life filled with tragedy and with God's help carries on with a positive outlook. If you are going through hard times and need a glimmer of hope and happiness, this is a perfect book.Amy Upton
Series: Book 4 of 4
An exciting and challenging novel about faith and trust! Pages filled with the reality of life including the struggle between good and evil. The Branson family experiences heartbreak, adventure and intrigue. Here is another Christian novel by Ben Rolphe that will leave the readers mesmerized.