Dan Casey is currently the Lead Pastor of First Church of the Nazarene in Little Rock, AR. For more than 42 years he has served Churches of the Nazarene in Georgia, Nebraska and Arkansas. He also currently serves as a trustee of Southern Nazarene University and serves on the Advisory Board of the Central Arkansas Command of the Salvation Army. Dr. Casey has been a member of the General Board of the Church of the Nazarene and the District Advisory Boards of multiple districts.
He is a co-author of Growing Disciples, written with Stan Toler and Dan Walters. He has also written many devotional articles and Bible-studies. Now he has begun to create extended stories that deliver a clear message about spiritual truth.
Dan received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion from Olivet Nazarene University and a Master of Arts in Religion and a Doctor of Ministries degree from Liberty University. He also attended Nazarene Theological Seminary.
About the Book
After thirty years of pastoral ministry, the Rev. Ted Black is granted an extended leave from his responsibilities. He elects to spend this time reading and relaxing at a lake house on Greer’s Ferry Lake in northern Arkansas. Two weeks into his trip, he is accused of a horrendous crime and then disappears completely. His wife gets no cooperation from the local police when she tries to locate him so she hires a private investigator for the task. The pastor, his wife, and even the investigator are people of faith and pray urgently for Rev. Black’s release, but it seems like God is not listening, or, at least is not answering. No one is prepared for the twists and turns of the investigation, nor can they anticipate what God does in response to their prayers.