Walking with the Prophets

Walking with the Prophets

  • Paperback
  • 9781646307944
  • Published: June 02, 2026


  • eBook
  • 9781646300518
  • Published: June 02, 2026


He walked by faith, not by sight . . .

Paul Osborne (“The Oz”) is an extremely successful right-wing shock jock with a legion of angry listeners who rely on him to spit truth to the liberal powers that be. And with success comes money. Lots and lots of it. For decades now, Paul’s been living a life of excess . . . and loneliness.

But when a stroke stops him in his tracks and an unlikely stranger nurses him back to health, he suddenly leaves everything he’s worked for and sets off, on foot, on a journey across the country to make sense of his life. From the small, wooded towns of New Hampshire, down the coast then nearly all the way to California, Paul will experience rural America one step at a time—and begin to spread the very message of harmony and acceptance that he once railed against.

Walking with the Prophets is a modern-day reimagining of Paul the Apostle’s story. With lessons from the world’s great religions and philosophers, The Oz will open the hearts and minds of some of the most hardened and cynical folks he meets . . . and begin a movement that will shake America to its core.

"Inspiring until the very end." - Advanced Reviewer

Fans of Paul, Apostle of Christ and The Shack will love this christian book. 



Rebekah Pace

REBEKAH PACE was a lost soul wandering the infamous Wells Street in Chicago when a traveling street mission led her to her true calling. Now writing from her Victorian bed and breakfast, she brings a deeply personal understanding of hope, inspiration, and faith to all of her stories. Rebekah writes unique and powerful books that entertain, challenge, and inspire readers from all walks of life.

Some of Rebekah's favorite movies are War Room, God's Not Dead, and Overcomer.  She also enjoys books about other belief systems that offer valuable insight and lessons for living a better life with greater understanding, including The Hundred Secret Senses (Amy Tan), Among the Believers (V.S. Naipaul), and a many books describing Buddhist teachings.