A Journey in Christian Heritage
A True Story
What is a young Christian girl to do when she marries a man who gives every evidence of being a Christian, yet several years into the marriage, he turns his back on Christ? Can she ever have a Christian heritage? That was the dilemma of Virgie after she married George Belcher, a fine, hard-working man; one who rose to the top of his business profession. But he is lost.
As a little girl, Virgie had learned the power of faith and prayer, and she was determined to see her husband and her children brought to the Lord. Yea, her heritage would be a Christian heritage for God’s glory! This is the story of her humble but indomitable quest to see her family come to know and serve the Lord, as told by her second son, Richard Belcher, the writer of the journey theological novels.
He also shares with the reader the lessons and reality of faith and prayer that he learned from his mother, and the results in his own life.
The current full series of Journey books includes:
- A Journey in Grace
- A Journey in Authority
- A Journey in Baptism
- A Journey in Baptist History
- A Journey in Christian Heritage
- A Journey in Dispensationalism
- A Journey in Evangelism & Missions
- A Journey in Faith
- A Journey in God’s Glory
- A Journey in God’s Sovereignty
- A Journey in Heresy
- A Journey in Inspiration
- A Journey in Matthew 24
- A Journey in Providence
- A Journey in Purity
- A Journey in Revival
- A Journey in Roman Catholicism
- A Journey in Salvation
- A Journey to Eternity
About the Author
Dr. Richard Belcher is the author of numerous books in the field of Bible study, theology, language and biography, including the Journey series of theological novels, beginning with A Journey in Grace. Dr. Belcher has been active in ministry for over 50 years and taught for 26 years at Columbia International University. He has trained thousands of students in Systematic Theology, preaching, and hermeneutics, and not merely from the podium but with a mentoring heart that has come alongside many young men during difficult times in their ministries.