An interview with James L. Rubart,
- We can get free of regrets. There is a way out. We can live without our past mistakes keeping us from living free in the present and the future.
- There is so much more to living the Christian life than we typically experience. We can hear God’s voice. We can! And we can live in the same power the people in the Bible lived in and find great healing from even our greatest wounds
- There is an enemy Satan has created and infiltrated the church with that is the greatest enemy of our souls. It’s so insidious we often don’t see it, even though it’s all around us. But if we are aware of it, we can have great victory over it.
Q: From loss of sight and being stalked by a dark presence, to feeling crushed by career pressures and struggling to discern what’s real and what’s an illusion, each character faces a major struggle that could jeopardize his or her future; how do their struggles relate to the hurdles we meet every day?
Q: Which character, if any, do you relate to the most?
Q: The Wolf is on the prowl in book two, hoping to hunt and trap the four members of Warriors Riding. How do you see the Wolf at work in real life?
Q: What are some things that hold us back from opening ourselves to be used by God?
Q: With the appearance of three enigmatic men, the main characters must decide who is friend and foe. How do we discern what is God’s truth and what are the half-truths Satan hides behind?
Q: How can faith become harder with the influence of sight?
Q: The Warriors Riding are faced with the regrets from their past and must decide how do deal with them. How do we move past regrets into seeing the work God is doing in our lives?
Q: If this series ever became a movie and you could choose anyone, whom would you cast into the roles of the main characters?
- Reece Roth — Clint Eastwood or Harrison Ford
- Marcus Amber — Ioan Gruffudd (played Mr. Fantastic in the Fantastic Four)
- Brandon Scott — Chris Hemsworth
- Dana Raine — Rachel McAdams