Fictionalized Series on Spiritual Warfare Continues in Latest Novel

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Pastor Donald Pitts delivers his warning about the evil forces at work.

Spiritual warfare is a concept based on the biblical belief that evil spirits intervene in human affairs and cause chaos. It is a notion that Pastor Donald Pitts wishes to expose, in order to make individuals aware of the dangers around them. He does so by sharing his Christian fiction series on spiritual warfare in “Pam Smith and the Phantom Church: The Lamb and the Dragon II.”

“Pam Smith and the Phantom Church” continues the fight of spiritual warfare and the life-and-death battle for human souls. Pastor Pam Smith is content with a quiet life, leading her congregation in Texas, but a phone call from Bishop Thaddeus Nichols changes everything. The Bishop is facing intense demon activity at his Alaskan church and begs Smith to come to his aid.

Armed with her faith and a group of disciples, Pastor Pam heads to Bethel, Alaska and a battle of good versus evil occurs.

“I wanted to write a powerful story about the forces of evil that are at working around us,” Pitts said. “We are engaged in a divine struggle for eternity and Pam Smith and the Phantom Church is my fictionalized account of that battle. My book should act as a call to action, to face evil head on with God at your side.”

“Pam Smith and the Phantom Church: The Lamb and the Dragon II”
By Donald Pitts
ISBN: 9781489713025 (hardcover) 9781489713018 (softcover) 9781489713001 (ebook)
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Liferich Publishing

About the author
Donald Pitts has a very unique way of telling his tale about good versus evil, sharing his beliefs on spiritual warfare in his Christian fiction series The Lamb and the Dragon. Pitts is an ordained Pastor at two churches, and has multiple degrees including a Master’s in Theology and a Bachelor’s in Education.


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