Angelo Custos, archangel general and hero of the War for Heaven, doesn’t know what he’s in for when he agrees to be Jesus’ guardian angel.
It doesn’t take very long before Angelo realizes his military service has not prepared him for the assignment, and he reluctantly agrees to be trained by Mary and Joseph’s guardians.
The respected general, who commands legions of angels, becomes a new recruit.
At first, the assignment is easy. But as soon as Mary and Joseph take Jesus out of the stable, Angelo realizes the forces of evil are everywhere, and he finds himself, always outnumbered by demons, in one spiritual battle after another.
When he’s not battling demons, Angelo has to deal with a misunderstanding supervisor, and struggles with his instructions. Protect Jesus from evil, but allow Him to experience the pain, fear and anxiety of every other human child.
But there are benefits. Jesus continues to see and talk with Angelo long after other humans forget they even have a guardian angel.
Angelo is always nearby when Jesus needs Him, and becomes more than just a Guardian. He’s Jesus’s friend.
But friendship is sometimes a double edged sword. It’s wonderful on one side, but can be frustrating on the other. Like the time Jesus decides to go to the Temple alone without telling His parents where He’s going. Jesus does not always listen to Angelo…