The King Will Make a Way
The King Will Make a Way is a new Christian novel for your homeschool family. Is your family spiritually prepared for tribulation? As disaster upon disaster happen around the world from the natural to the man-made, we can be tempted to follow the world’s reaction of fear and dismay. But as Christians we know that there is a higher purpose to all that’s happening in the world. We know God is just in punishing and chastening, but we also know that His wrath is not for His children and His chastening is for our good.
The main theme of the book is that “the King will make a way.” No matter what circumstances look like there is a greater good at work. We can trust our loving Father. No matter what. The characters in the book are sold-out Christians, giving up “self” in order to live for “the King.”
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“I am finally reading your book!!!! I LOVE it!!!! I have been so inspired to spend time with the King!! You have been anointed for such a time as this to remind the body to sit still before the throne so we responsibly pass on the King’s message to those who are yet to find Him — can’t wait for my next moment to read!! Thanks for all the effort that went into crafting such a beautiful story.”
– homeschool mom
A highly enjoyable story that I couldn’t put down. I found myself captivated and transported. I was so absorbed in the weaving of the tale, rooting for Gabe and the other servants of the King, holding my breath, laughing, crying and always filled with wonderment to learn more about the King and how his love will always make a way for those who love Him. A wonderful read for pre-teens through adults alike.
– homeschool mom
“I believe the Lord has used you to speak out a message of surrender and trust in a way that is tangible and sweet. His desire for us to trust him is for us, for our benefit – as you know and have experienced – not just because he said so. Your story portrays the sweetness of that, and the beauty of knowing, really knowing him! I have already told people about your book, and I plan on telling many, many more. It is not just a good story. It is a powerful message of how peaceful and full our lives can be in the midst of ANY trial no matter how difficult or painful, and how we do not have to fear.”
– homeschool mom
Download the pdf: The King Will Make a Way (WARNING: If you are not used to reading books on the computer, please consider buying the book. I want you to read it! I know most who download it will let is sit on their computer unread. It would probably not be much cheaper to print it out and the amount of free homeschool materials I’ve made to go along with the book are worth more than the cost of the book.)
Read a sample chapter, about the author (me) and reviews at
From the back cover:
This end-times story of faith and perseverance is set in a village long ago. Gabe is the only one who knows that the true King is still alive, but Vulpine is determined to become king himself and will stop at nothing to force the villagers to give him their loyalty.
Through storms, plague and persecution, the servants of the true King learn that there is one thing they can always be sure of — The King Will Make a Way.
“This is really magnificent. “Vivid” is the word that comes to mind. Your language is rich…and the story itself is immensely compelling.” Leslie Komarnacki
“You are in good hands when you read The King Will Make a Way. The author has crafted a carefully paced, well developed plot that will leave you challenged and inspired. The story is pure delight, not sentimental, but truly satisfying.” Ned Erickson, author
I think this book will be a great tool for your family. This is not a children’s book. Reading age is probably 12-adult. It can be read aloud to younger children though with explanation–which is good, it’s supposed to prompt thought and discussion. I was careful in my descriptions: while there are martyrs, there is no oozing blood. My children have read it or have had it read to them. I know other families have read it aloud to their elementary age children as well.
The story is done in an allegorical style. It has an historical setting, but it parallels end-times events. If the King can make a way through the worst tribulation man will have ever seen, He can make a way anytime!
Here are a couple of reviews: one from a homeschool student, one from a homeschool mom.
“It is a really good book, exciting from the start, lots to get you thinking about how we live our life.”
- Esther, age 12, Australia
“I loved the ideas and story line of your book and will definitely have my younger children listen to it while I read it.”
-Laura Lexington, homeschool mom of 4, Kentucky
There are more reviews on the blog I set up about the book. There you can also read a synopsis of the book, chapter one, and learn more about me and how the book came about.