The first half of tribulation has proved challenging for the A-Team. James, the general of all armies and member of the inner circle of Nefas Quietus, is beginning to recognize some unusual personality traits that have him convinced that Nef is not who he claims to be. James's recall has brought to light many of the end-time teachings of his best friend, Chris. He has stepped up his clandestine activities with his son Brad, who is co-leader of the Smyrna church with CJ, the church that Nef has coined as the undergrounders. James has directed the defense of the western community during the release of the four horses, seven seals, and six of the seven trumpets introduced in the first half of tribulation. He relishes in playing the Judas of the twelve disciples of Nef. James’s apprehension for the safety of his family has caused concern because of Nef's tenacious search for the undergrounders’ leaders. Cindy also has noticed a distinct alteration to Nef's personality. His quick explosion of anger and grandiose attitude have made Cindy anxious. However, her loyalty toward Nef has not wavered. She remains a faithful member of Nef's inner circle. Aaron has guided his constituents through the building of the Temple and has held his place on the Israeli Knesset and accepts Nef as a friend to Israel. Chris has been in Heaven since he was raptured. He has petitioned Jesus to allow him to have a part in the fulfillment of prophecies and to help bring the rest of his A-Team family to the realization that eternity is only available through Jesus, the true Christ. At the close of The Rise of Abaddon we saw CJ being called by God to a mission in Israel, and in Last Call we see Revelation come to full completion.