Today, Tom Horn is the CEO of SkyWatch TV and Defender Publishing. He is well known for such books as Forbidden Gates, the Petrus Romanus series, and Zenith 2016, as well as his award-winning documentary Inhuman. For decades, people have read his works, watched him on nationally syndicated television, and come to know the brain of the man who has pioneered biblical scholarly studies in the subjects of transhumanistic sciences, the Nephilim giants and Sons of God mentioned in Genesis 6, the Vatican's role in eschatology, Freemasonry, the concerning architecture of Washington, DC, and a wide variety of other cutting-edge subjects.But many have also come to wonder about the man behind the media. Who is Tom Horn at the core? What drives him to tackle the questions very few others will address? Did he know the Lord from an early age, or was there a paramount moment when Christ revealed Himself to Tom? And is there a powerful message in his life's story that is crucially relevant and applicable to all generations within the Body of Christ?
In The Boy from El Mirage, readers will discover for the first time:
*How Tom cheated death-twice-and came to discover why God spared him for a Kingdom purpose
*Why he frequently retreated to the desert for hours at a time alone-and what his reflections during those times eventually revealed
*His divine meeting with his lifelong mate, Nita, and his less-than-divine first impressions
*How his early years in ministry as a pastor were merely training grounds for his true calling
*Humorous moments that led to great humbling and reshaping of character *Supernatural events that irrevocably proved God's personal intervention and provision from well before Tom was ever born and onward to today
*Most importantly, how his story relates a call-to-action and message of truth for male and female, rich or poor, young or elderly, and of every race.
Sometimes heartbreaking, often hilarious, Nita Horn's exquisitely told and inspiring memoir of a poor little girl's dreams of horses and where that love could lead is a triumph of loss and survival, sacrifice, devotion, acceptance, forgiveness, and finally, success. As a child, Nita escaped the demands of the day by sitting on her "flying carpet" with a small bag of cheap plastic animal toys and her sister, Althia, while they imagined themselves visiting exotic farms and locales to rescue and heal. But when tragedy struck Nita at the age of thirteen and her sister and father were taken from her, she wondered if there was anything left to believe in. Personally decimated, her already fractured life came apart at the seams. Nita's mother--who also nearly died from the accident--floundered with depression and loss. Nita dejectedly followed wherever each day would lead, struggling with identity, confidence, and self-image...until the day she met a "charmingly flawed" young man. He was a self-confident, cocky loner. Yet, he believed in her and her dreams. Together, they would spend their next decades overcoming obstacles and testing commitments, finding true love, faith, ministry, and the miracle of healing--for her as well as for others. From devastation to tenderness, from humor to warmth, from surviving poverty to discovering an invisible God that has a plan for all our lives, No Fences is an intimate and revealing narrative of losing dreams, getting them back, and the faith journey in between. They say that behind every great man there is a great woman. Finally, the woman behind SkyWatch TV CEO Tom Horn tells her story.