ABOUT THE BOOK
Now, seventy years later, The Company summons six Brigons, including the young engineer Sam Mitchell, to attend a conference in the mountains of the forbidden Outlands. Responsible for compiling a report about Brigos Glen from his five companions, Sam learns how managers and villagers largely ignored the plan or compromised it to self-interest, forsaking their duty to share the light. They also took for granted The Company responsible for generating and transmitting the power.
In an ordeal fraught with failure, revelations, and judgment, Sam discovers the true identity behind The Company and learns the fate that may befall Brigos Glen . . . that is, unless he can stop it.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Growing up in Georgia during the Civil Rights movement, Chuck Graham has
witnessed the destruction of a nation divided. After graduating from
Walker High School, he earned a BA in political science from the
University of Georgia and a JD from the Lumpkin School of Law. His legal
career as an attorney in private practice spanned more than thirty-one
years. He represented many local, national, and international clients,
acquiring intricate knowledge about the often-overlapping structures of
the corporate world. He also worked against those seeking to create
racial division, including the Ku Klux Klan.
He and Beverly, his wife of thirty-four years, have lived in
Lawrenceville, a suburb of Atlanta, for fourteen years. God has blessed
them with three children. In his free time, Chuck enjoys backpacking and
hiking (especially on the Appalachian Trail), playing the guitar,
dabbling in photography, and reading extensively about the Christian
Chuck became a frequent speaker at churches and Christian events, where
he also found division within the body of Christ. He began asking
questions and discovered the cause—many do not understand who God is.
The burden that emerged from this discovery led him to write Take the
Stand (Broadman & Holman Publishers, 1996), which describes the
weakened state of the Christian witness.
In 1997 he founded Ciloa (Christ Is Lord Of All), a ministry devoted to
sharing God’s encouragement with the world and teaching those who follow
Him how to encourage others. Today Chuck serves as executive director
and principal author of A Note of Encouragement, a weekly e-zine
reaching 175 countries, and two compilations,
A Year of Encouragement and Another Year of Encouragement (Xulon Press, 2004 and 2006).
He has served as a member of the state bar of Georgia since 1979 and an
instructor to attorneys and judges through the Institute for Continuing
Legal Education (ICLE). He received the Medallion of Appreciation from
ICLE. He co-led a successful Christian arbitration effort involving a
national, multimillion-dollar business and an independent consultant.
Chuck gives us a picture of the church, the good, the bad and the ugly with his characters. He also shows us there is only one source, one light. Jesus, in this futuristic allegory.
We also get to see glimpses of Abraham, Moses, even some of the churches in Revelation. Rich with detail and emotions, The Company, is not just a work of fiction, but a picture of where each one of us stand before God.
I can not wait to read the second book. I would highly recommend this book to any one who enjoys a great fictional story, yet one steeped in truth and reality.
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