Western Culture Center

Welcome, Birthright Readers!

REVIEWS:

Freedom and the struggle we all go thru to keep it!

This is a great book about the struggle for freedom following two brothers and the divergent paths they take as they struggle to learn about how the world works and their place in it. The challenges they face are relevant to our day and age and the struggles our own nation is facing in the battle against our rights and freedoms the constitution affords us. I found myself captivated by the story of the two boys and the decisions they made as well as the conflicts that mirrored reality today. It is well written with believable characters that force you to think about your own life and reflect on decisions you’ve made in your life where they might lead. I strongly recommend it as a great read that will stir your emotions.~ J. Hansen

A well paced book with memorable characters and universal themes that we need to pay attention to! ~ Mark McKenna

 

Join the Conversation about the Birthright covenant here!

quetzal3In the book, Governor Nobles  calls it the Zion Culture Center. If you want to keep the birthright covenant alive, you have come to the right place. Here’s our Motto:

Battered but not beaten, Western Culture wins the day!

Stronger than ever, Western Culture’s here to stay!

 

Joshua and his Grandpa

Joshua and his Grandpa

Joshua Benamoz here, under the Ceiba tree. You may recognize me as host of the “Defining Moments” show on Dan MacRay’s Reality Worldview TV news.

 

300-year-old Ceiba tree

300-year-old Ceiba tree

Here we design our strategy and make preparations to overcome the dark forces of the world with the Most Powerful Weapon of all—the light of Truth!

Stand by to meet the characters of the  Birthright Covenant Trilogy.

GO HERE to keep the Birthright Covenant Alive!

 

quetzal1The Quetzal bird is a symbol of liberty, because it cannot live in captivity.

 

 

knightandladyOther resources for defenders of the faith:

Epic Heroes Quest

Epic Heroes in Training

 

[1] Crusades—military expeditions undertaken by Christian powers in the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries to win back the Holy Land [from marauding dark forces] Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary, 2007

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One comment on “Western Culture Center

  1. Grateful for the picture of the Ceiba tree. Having read your great novel, the picture of the tree makes it even more meaningful! And your book is definitely a book for our time. We certainly need to know what the history of that day foretold regarding our great American Culture and how it is being decimated by false prophets and tyrants whose only desire is to gain total power over others. God bless you for all of the effort and research it must have taken to write this epic story.

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