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Volume 24, Number 9 — September 2017

Caleb has written book about his father

The book is based on the journeys of his father, Rev. A.S.K. Caleb.
The book is based on the journeys of his father, Rev. A.S.K. Caleb.

By Leslie Grace | A! Magazine for the Arts | June 27, 2017

Jeremiah Caleb is the author of "He Walks with Me: A Novel." The book is based on the journeys of his father, Rev. A.S.K. Caleb. Dr. Craig McDonald of King University edited the book.

"Born into a Brahmin caste in South India, Krishnamoorthy is disowned when he embraces the Christian faith. His quest takes him through unlikely miracles, relationships in different continents, a romance designed by faith and ultimate tests of courage. Told from the pen of a mysterious traveler, we are taken on a journey set at the brink of World War II through six decades of changing times, from the slums and cities of India, East Asia and England, to a quiet town in East Tennessee where he discovers that even the simplest of men can possess the richest of legacies," according to Amazon.com.

Caleb is working on a sequel, which he hopes to publish this fall.

"Writing is my medium for meditation, inspiration and clarity. I find I am more successful in my acting when I am able to discern a writers' intent for the work. It keeps me honest. It keeps me communicating with my characters rather than simply playing the stereotypes.

"One of my dreams is to turn my novel, "He Walks with Me' into a mini-series or feature. I also hope to return to the South on book tour next summer," Caleb says.