I would like to personally invite you to join me on an exciting new venture.   My new book, co-authored with best selling author Bodie Thoene, is being launched this weekend!  On the Mountain of the Lord is a novel of adventure, romance, and unfolding prophecy.  I hope you will order it, read it, and let me know what you think.

If you are in the San Diego area, we are launching the book this weekend at Maranatha Chapel, where you can buy the book at a special launch price and have it signed by the authors! Bodie and her husband Brock Thoene (the renowned researcher) will join us to celebrate, greet people, and sign books. Bodie and Brock have written over 70 works of historical fiction, winning eight ECPA Gold Medallion awards.  I’m looking forward to introducing them to our church.

If you are not in the area, join us for Maranatha Chapel’s weekend webcast. You can also pre-order the book online. Check HERE for more information. https://raybentley.com/onthemountainofthelord/

The book will officially be available July 31, when you can go online and post reviews.  We welcome your comments, thoughts, and ratings on Amazon, Goodreads, Barnes and Noble, or any of the other online sites.

After we set the launch date of July 28-29, I realized that this same weekend the longest total lunar eclipse of the twenty first century will occur—a Blood Moon.  I just found it to be a nice touch, since On the Mountain of the Lordopens with a scene of a Blood Moon over Jerusalem.  As I like to say, everything means means something.

I dedicated this book to my beautiful wife Vicki and her family, who are the inspiration for the main characters of the story, Jack and Bette.

Please join me in experiencing their story and discovering how unfolding prophecy could impact our world. Learn how throughout all of time, mountains are where God delivered His most important messages and interacted most dramatically with people.

Looking forward to hearing from you!


Many blessings,

Ray Bentley

“I have installed my King in Zion; on My holy mountain” (Psalm 2:6).