Jeremiah Caleb - He Walks With Me
Jeremiah R Caleb is a Los Angeles based author and filmmaker who is coming to Southern Pines March 14th. His new film, Coming Home, will be screening at the Sunrise Theater on March 14th at 4.30PM. All box office proceeds will go towards the education of destitute slum orphans in India from his charity, www.calebhopefoundation.org
The Country Bookshop will be providing his 2 biographical novels for sale at an author event Preceding the film screening.
Jeremiah R. Caleb was born in Singapore on March 30, 1981. He was the only son of Reverend A.S.K Caleb and Victoria Caldwell-Caleb. He spend his early teenage years in Cwmbran, South Wales, continued his education in East Tennessee and earned his degree in English and Fine Arts at King University in Bristol, Tennessee. He began his career in New York City, trained in Musical Theater at the American Musical & Dramatic Academy, and later at the Groundlings in Los Angeles, California.
HE WALKS WITH ME: Book 1 of the Caleb Saga
He Walks With Me is a biographical novel based on the journeys of Rev. A.S.K Caleb. 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.
IN HIS TIME - Sequel to "He Walks With Me"
In His Time is the sequel biographical novel to he Walks With Me, spanning a decade. At the turn of the millennium, young Jeremiah embarks on a journey in search of his destiny in the big city. Grieving the loss of his father and navigating through hardships, he encounters humorous relationships, unexpected love and divine miracles. Expressed with love letters, we are taken on a parallel journey from the rich cities of America to the slums of India where faith redeems the time that has been lost and reveals that the most ordinary of men can partake in an extraordinary calling.