Wake Up America ...
Author Richard Capriola releases, A Nation Under Judgment - Available April 3, 2014 on Amazon and many other online bookstores.
Powerfully written and thought provoking, this new release gives readers well-researched information on America’s decline morally, spiritually and economically, calling for a multi-faceted repentance of America to once again return to God. A fascinating and inspiring read!
“Has something gone terribly wrong in America?
What does it mean to be "one nation under God"? Our Founding Fathers believed it was more than a political slogan. Have we strayed from their vision? A Nation Under Judgment focuses on issues currently facing our country, such as hunger, homelessness, marriage, income inequality and poverty. These subjects are reviewed from a social policy and Scriptural point of view, empowering readers to decide whether or not our nation is moving away from God.”
Here is what others are saying about A Nation Under Judgment:
“Well researched and Scripturally based, A Nation Under Judgment seeks to be a catalyst for inspiring believers toward deeper biblical thought regarding social policy.” Heather Randall, CEO of Christian Women Affiliate
“This is a book that needs to be read…Get comfy with a nice cup of tea or coffee and prepare to be mentally and spiritually stimulated.” Lisa Keva, CWA Reviewer
“Every legislator, and every believer, apologetic, preacher and evangelist needs this resource on their shelves.” Delores Liesner - CWA Reviewer
“An important review of our nation’s social policies from a Scriptural point of view that should capture every Christian’s attention.” – CBM Book Reviews
A Nation Under Judgment is a clarion call to the dangers of national pride, indifference, exploitation, current trends, and the danger of a nation moving away from God’s point of view.” – Richard R. Blake for Reader Reviews
Richard Capriola spent many years serving as a hospital chaplain. He completed four years of Clinical Pastoral Education in preparation for becoming a chaplain. In addition to his pastoral care experience, he has served as a mental health counselor at both a regional crisis center and a psychiatric