I just read a newspaper article about this book in the DesNews and am excited to get this book for my husband for Christmas.
Many father's would enjoy this.
I have enjoyed this book. It is interesting to read the kinds of humanitarian service that is being done by the servicemen throughout the world besides being in the military. Thanks for bringing this to light.
So inspiring. I don't know anyone in any of the armed services but I was engrossed by this book. What a unique insight into the lives and the faith of those who are serving our country.
Chad's effort has proven to be a touching compilation of inspirational thought that stirs the inner soul. It's a testimonial of the faith and courage found in those who have been willing to defend the self-determining liberties we enjoy.
I loved this book! It is so needed, at this time, when the general attitude of the news media, gives a very negative slant to the war. Our men and women are noble and patriotic, and are very kind to the people in Iraq and Afghanistan. Their stories are positive and uplifting, and their heroism is inspiring. Chad Hawkins has done a masterful job of bringing their stories to us, and I am grateful, for this unforgettable book!
I couldn't put this book down. The stories are so very interesting. As a wife of a deployed soldier to Iraq I was touched by the testaments of soldiers in hard situations. I was uplifted by the confirmations that we have a kind loving Heavenly Father that knows us and our needs. We pray for the servicemen daily and this book gave me insight into how our Heavenly Father is answering those prayers.
I highly reccomend this book. It really gives insight into some of the events that are occuring in these places, other than what we see on the news or read in the papers. The stories are short, well written, and easy to read. The messages are very touching. I really enjoy this book.
I used one of the stories with about 100 soldiers. You could have heard a pin drop. They were capitivated. They just want to tell their story and remember the fallen warriors (their buddies) in Afghanistan and Iraq.