Can you imagine a world where the practice of Christianity is prohibited? Would your faith be able to survive? Or would you crumble under the pressures of a domineering government? Twenty-five years removed from the dismantling of the United Nations, President Russert Wickham stands on the precipice of finally outlawing the practice of Christianity in the United States. When the new governing body, the World Union of Countries, imposes a trade embargo upon the United States, President Wickham must choose between protecting religious liberties or sending his country into economic ruin. The story's journey through one of the largest cataclysmic spiritual events of the world's history is only about to begin. As a result, believers are forced to unite to form small organizations of privately practicing Christians, so as to avoid the strict punishment from authoritarian lawmakers. Focused on a small group of believers in Godiva, Ohio, author J. Brett Kirch's A Secret Society of Believers offers a searing portrait into a world many hope to never imagine. With no time for petty differences, Christians from varying economic and social classes must bond together to protect one another and obey the Holy Spirit. If they should falter, the consequences could be devastating. Disaster strikes when the small community is mistakenly discovered and the Secret Society's lives are greatly endangered. Will they survive? Will the ruthless forces who have come to control the world purge the world from Christianity? Kirch depicts a world of frightening proportions, which readers will pray they are never privy to witness. A Secret Society of Believers is a story for today's Christian. We might be closer than we think to the fate of the story's heroes. Will we be ready?