A bombing in Tel Aviv links to Fort Worth, Texas, where investigative journalist Ma’ayan Bracha is researching the Overcomer Task Force. These Overcomers face the rapidly growing complexity of a global community that demands innovative security solutions, and they fascinate the seasoned journalist. Before long, Ma’ayan finds herself on a plane to her homeland of Israel, where a rising terrorist group is intent on destroying a prophecy that the Overcomers are trying to protect. Ma’ayan begins to experience a supernatural realm where the Overcomers walk in powers she’s only read about in ancient Scriptures.
As Ma’ayan writes about this task force, she finds herself falling for one of them…until circumstances cause her to question his allegiance. If she can learn to trust in things she cannot see, Ma’ayan will discover that her destiny is to become an Overcomer herself.
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More About Jeannine
Jeannine loves life on her ranch, where men still wear hats and say, "Yes ma'am” and is passionate about not only enjoying life, but creating the moments that make us feel alive. Whether that means changing careers, discovering new talents, or just picking up a new hobby, Jeannine is a true Texas Renaissance Woman who has overcome a variety of challenges, from a lonely career in the counterintelligence and cyber world to recovering from injuries caused by a drunk driver hitting her head on.
Jeannine is a Houston-born "ranch girl," where everything was about animals and nature. She initially leapt into the world of FBI counterintelligence and later cyber-security where she spent last 20+ years tracking down foreign spies and developing insider threat education. That experience, she says, is much like the world of the supernatural, one you can't exactly see. Face-to-face with the unknown, Jeannine sought God's intelligence for wisdom and guidance.
Drawing from these experiences, Jeannine wrote a book, The Overcomers, speaking to our current world condition. She cautions that many have retreated into "safe places" because they are afraid. She compares the "safe houses," where agents would retreat for rest, to our lives the last couple of years in the midst of a pandemic.
She says it's time for people to exit their safe house and to live life again! You can escape the darkness of whatever you’ve endured and be an OVERCOMER!