Saints at War brings together more than 200 remarkable stories — from Church leaders and veterans around the world — with hundreds of images that capture the essence of faith in the midst of war. Included are accounts by Thomas S. Monson, James E. Faust, Boyd K. Packer, David B. Haight, and Neal A. Maxwell.
Sixty years ago, while in the prime of their youth, thousands of young Latter-day Saints humbly stepped forward, prepared to sacrifice their lives so that the nightmare of tyranny might end.These stalwart members of the Church returned home to begin the quiet work of earning a living, raising their families, serving in the Church, and retiring to enjoy missions and their grandchildren. While ordinary in many ways, their faith, service, and sacrifice changed the face of the world . . . and influenced the next generations in profound ways.
Very inspiring. It inspires gratitude for those who have served. It inspires faith by the miraculous events and testimonies of God and His hand. Heavenly Father loves us all. In war time proclaimed athiests, even, remember that God is there.
Thank you to all who have served to establish and maintain freedom. It was great to hear and learn of their accounts.