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Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Defunding the Police and America at War | Ray Ellis Podcast #039



Join us as we discuss the historic outcome birthed from a society given to the mob and socialistic government. Don’t let this be this generation’s story.  

#BLM, #Racewar, #DNC, #CRT, #Trump202 #Stopthemadness

Sunday, July 5, 2020

America Gone Mad



The madness of #BLM and #CRT is spreading, but thankfully we have a cure; His name is #Jesus.

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

CRT, BLM, and the DNC

It's time to change the narrative. #CRT, #BLM, and the #DNC have run a game on the American people. Let's flip the script.

Friday, June 19, 2020

Atlanta Shooting, Police Reform, and the Church



With the #Atlanta shooting and the recent #Supreme #Court decision, the method behind the madness becomes more clear, America is at war with herself. Join the conversation and add your voice to ours.

Friday, June 12, 2020

Wednesday, June 10, 2020


In the Double Agent's Service
a fantasy novel by Annie Douglass Lima
Book Description:

Erik would give his life to protect King Jaymin. However, when an old enemy shows up with new schemes, that may not be enough.
Anya longs to be noticed by the king’s handsome bodyguard. But as she finally gains Erik’s attention, the notorious spy and double agent Dannel blackmails her into fulfilling a favor she has owed him for years. Anya is forced into a terrible choice: save Erik’s life, or protect her homeland.
Can Erik and Anya thwart an assassin and prevent a war before Dannel destroys everything that matters to them and to the kingdom?
In the Double Agent's Service is the final book in the Annals of Alasia. Here's a glimpse of the rest of the series!


An orphaned prince and his young bodyguard must disguise themselves and go into hiding after the kingdom of Alasia is overrun by invaders.  Can Prince Jaymin save his kingdom - and himself?

In the Enemy's Service (just 99 cents through June 14th!)
Enslaved by invaders, Anya spies on the enemy to help her captive people – but when her own father is implicated in the betrayal that led to the Invasion, can she save him?

Prince of Malorn (FREE through June 11th!)
Can Prince Korram recruit an army from among the elusive Mountain Folk and claim his rightful throne before power-hungry Regent Rampus crushes them all?

The Nameless Soldier (just 99 cents through June 14th!)
The lone survivor of a brutal attack, can teen warrior Tarvic reclaim his honor and find a way to fight for his crippled kingdom under enemy occupation?

Pursued by assassins, can Princess Kalendria help her brother reclaim his throne and prevent a war - and catch the handsome neighboring king’s attention while she’s at it?
Annals of Alasia: The Collected Interviews (available for FREE here!)
An orphaned prince. A devious double agent. A well-meaning merchant who may have just doomed his kingdom. Meet the citizens of Alasia and Malorn and prepare to be drawn into a tangled web of war and intrigue.

With the first six books ALL free or discounted, this is the perfect time to grab the whole series! Click here to see the Annals of Alasia series on Amazon.

Meanwhile, here is the first scene from In the Double Agent's Service!

Pain.
Cold.
The smell of dry dirt.
A hard, gritty surface beneath his cheek.
Erik mentally catalogued the sensations in order of their intensity. He opened his eyes, blinked, and added another to the list.
Darkness.
Where am I? He struggled to sit up, and his pulse spiked at the realization that he couldn’t use his hands or feet. His ankles were bound together, and his wrists were tied behind his back.
What’s going on? Erik forced himself to a sitting position, noting the dirt floor beneath him, a rough wall at his back. Brushing his fingers over what he could reach of it, he discovered that the wall seemed to be made of the same hard-packed earth as the floor. 
Am I underground? Though not completely smooth, the surfaces were too flat to be natural. Not a cave, then, but perhaps a cellar of some sort.
Or a cell.
He held his breath, straining his ears for any sound in the darkness. “Hello?” he whispered. 
There was no response. 
“Hello?” he said, a little louder. The acoustics hinted that he was in a small room. His head, already sore, throbbed anew at the sound of his own voice. 
Erik leaned against the wall behind him, trying to keep calm. What happened? And where’s Jaymin? 
Jaymin. Erik’s pulse started racing again. Had something happened to Jaymin?
Calm down, he ordered himself. He couldn’t afford to give in to panic. Instead, he would investigate his surroundings. Perhaps Jaymin was lying unconscious nearby.
Erik struggled to his feet and promptly smacked his head on a low ceiling. Dropping to his knees with a grunt of pain, he drew in a deep breath while a wave of dizziness rolled over him. When it passed, he shifted to a sitting position, bound legs in front of him. Moving slowly because every movement set his head throbbing, he began to crawl crab-like on his backside, feet, and hands. Keeping one shoulder against the wall, he scooted forward. 
It didn’t take long to discover he was in a circular room, the walls curving back around toward where he had started. After eight steps, if he could call them that, his toes bumped something hard. Feeling with his feet, he discovered a stair in front of him, perhaps eight inches high. Shifting his weight, he leaned forward and took a little crouching jump into it. Another stair lay above it, and another. When he jumped onto the third stair, he winced as his injured head bumped the ceiling again.
Craning his neck and brushing an uninjured part of his forehead lightly back and forth against it, Erik discovered that the ceiling was made of wooden boards. Ducking lower with every hop so as not to bump it again, he made his way up the rest of the stairs until they ended at the wall. Twisting around, he hunched over awkwardly and ran his elbow back and forth across the low ceiling. As he had expected, a rectangular trapdoor lay just above him. He could feel the seams where its edges didn’t quite meet the surrounding boards. The hinges must be on the other side, but he thought he could detect a keyhole at one end. Nothing happened when he pushed up against the door with one shoulder, not that he had expected it to open for him.
Descending the steps again, Erik felt his way around the rest of the room. Eleven shuffling steps took him all the way around its circumference and back to the stairs. Criss-crossing the middle several times, he discovered it was completely empty.
If Jaymin wasn’t in here, where was he? Erik sat down and leaned against the wall, his head pounding from the exertion. Bending to brush it gently against his raised knees, he could feel a lump on his right temple. In addition, his upper lip was swollen and tasted like blood. It felt as though he had some bruises on his arms and torso, as well.
Erik closed his eyes — not that it made any difference in the complete darkness that surrounded him — and strained to recall what had happened. Had he and Jaymin been on a trip? He thought he remembered something about embarking on a journey. Where were they going? Was there an ambush? What happened to the palace guards who always accompanied the royal carriage?
Surely Jaymin couldn’t be dead. No one would kill the king but take his bodyguard captive. Would they?
And why would anyone take a bodyguard captive in the first place?


About the Author
Annie Douglass Lima considers herself fortunate to have traveled in twenty different countries and lived in four of them. A fifth-grade teacher in her “other” life, she loves reading to her students and sparking their imaginations. Her books include science fictionfantasyYA action and adventure novels, a puppet scriptanthologies of her students’ poetryBible verse coloring and activity books, and a fantasy-themed cookbook. When she isn’t teaching or writing, Annie can often be found sipping spiced chai or pomegranate green tea in exotic locations, some of which exist in this world.


Thursday, June 4, 2020

Black Lives, Riots, and the Church



Join us in our continuing conversation on the condition of America and the role of the Church.

Friday, May 29, 2020

Racism, The Church, and George Floyd



In the wake of #George #Floyd’s
death, the city of #Minneapolis is tearing itself apart with the blessing of
the #media and the #left leaning government. What is most troubling is the
members of the #CHURCH (giving into the principals of #CRT) being drawn into this
dangerous thought stream.

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Election 2020 - The Battle for America



The spring of 1861 was much like the spring of 2020. Most
people in 1861, like people today, are just watching the proverbial “Fort
Sumter
in Charleston Harbor”, we don’t believe that one little
shot can ignite a #CivilWar. This is America today…we stand poised for battle—two
ideas in contrast—and there are many voices , some in denial and others salivating
for the destruction of the Union, who can’t wait for the first shot to be fired.
 

Sunday, April 26, 2020

Make America Free Again | Ray Ellis Podcast #029



Fines, threats, and lock-downs have become the norm, but should it be? Like the Nazi party of the 30’s, we must be aware of government over-reach. Join the conversation and feed the fire of truth.

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Truth, Trump, and the Church | Ray Ellis Podcast #028



Its time to stop and think. Truth matters. Join the conversation and challenge yourself and others to a round of honest conversation. #2020 #Truth #Trump #Blexit #Free #Freedom

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Th Secret Life of Water | Ray Ellis Podcast #026

Water water everywhere and not a drop to drink... Join us as we discuss the nature of water and the secrets God has hidden there.

Sunday, March 29, 2020

Coronavirus: Do or Die

Quarantine special! Fear and dread everywhere...is this the end of the world? Is the term "China virus" really racist? Join us as we talk about the politics of the coronavirus, social distancing, and what this all means for us today. #StarveTheCorona #DontFeedCorona


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#behindthewhy #rayellispodcast #coronavirus #quarantine

Monday, March 9, 2020

The Simplicity of the Gospel | Ray Ellis Podcast #024

Join the conversation as we discuss the truth about what the Gospel is and is not. No need to be confused when the truth is so available.

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Monday, February 3, 2020

The Key to Prayer | Ray Ellis Podcast #019



The Key to Prayer | Ray Ellis Podcast #019  In today’s troubled world of
school and church shootings, political unrest, and the everyday trials
of family living, the need for real and effective prayer is more
important than ever. Join us as we discuss how to get answers to your
prayers.

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

In Their Own Words | Ray Ellis Podcast #018



As we celebrate #BlackHistory
this month, join the conversation as we look at our historic leaders in
their own words; the journey and struggles they endured for the
freedoms we enjoy. We compare this to the themes taught by #CRT and #Intersectionality today.

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Trump Impeachment and Truth | Ray Ellis Podcast #017



In a world where every man seems to be doing whatever feels to be right
in their own eyes, we discuss the truth that “There is a way that seems
right, but that ends in death.”