They stood firm in their faith, lighting the way to the Gospel for countless generations from their time to present time. Whether they lived long lives on earth or were martyred for their faith, they remain the examples we live to follow as Christians. The heroes depicted in the Bible, as well as those who brought Christianity more into the fallen world, are the subjects of interest in author Rosemary Graham's new book, "The Gospel Illuminators." Described as an epistle to the 21st Century Church, the book is shaped to be a call to all Christians in the world to follow the military command and put "boots on the ground" for their faith: meaning a call to re-energize Christians today, who may be downtrodden by tragedies in the world, to re-claim the Gospel and share it with those who don't know God personally. Rosemary separates her book into selected sections focused on the Old and New Testaments, ministry of Jesus, the Apostolic era, the Post-Apostolic era, concluding with the Pentecostal era and the 21st century Church of today. The chapters clearly outlines the lives and contributions of recognized Biblical figures, who stood against powerful enemies, knowing the most powerful ally, God, had already won their battles for them. The same sentiment is felt among those affected by Jesus' ministry and crucifixion, who saw the Savior overcome death and erase everyone's sins. Each chapter also includes key life lessons, words of encouragement and a concluding prayer to assist readers in identifying what is learned from these remarkable people and their unwavering faith in God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.Just as God equipped those in the Bible for the spiritual warfare ahead of them, He has called the 21st Century Church to become "The Gospel Illuminators" for the Christian faith to a misguided world.