Stephen: A Soldier of the Cross was originally published as a sequel to Titus. It follows the life of Stephen as he is appointed to serve the Grecian widows, preaches boldly, and is eventually stoned to death. The story follows the intertwining activities of Caiphas and Anna, Annas the real high priest and Caiphas's father-in-law, and Saul of Tarsus, as well as fictional characters Seth and Anat, orphaned brother and blind sister from Egypt who come to Jerusalem to see if Anat can be healed. Abu Ben Hesed, a desert chieftain who helps them on their way. Whether or not things happened as portrayed in the book, they well could have occurred that way. It is a truly beautiful story that helps to teach Bible history and exemplifies godly character.