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A Believer's War

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This is a journal that documents a faith walk with a man who learns to take on life's tests through Christ. Hear about the process of adoption, losing a great job, and enlisting in the military at a very mature age. Anyone who is considering enlistment, parenthood, or a life with Christ will benefit from this book.
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  • By Mark Eberhart
    Nov 4, 2014
    Much more than a Journal!!! By Deedee on July 5, 2014 This book is more than a Journal of God's Good Graces to its author. While Mark does a good job of documenting his faith walk, he also encourages young men as they consider marriage, parenthood, career changes, and doing whatever is necessary to provide for one's family. It is especially helpful to young men considering enlistment into the military and for spouses and parents who want to know what their loved one will experience throughout the enlistment process, basic training, and service in a warzone. The book journals Mark's faithfullness to God and God's faithfullness to Mark. We all owe men like Mark (who enlisted when older than most recruits) our grateful thanks.
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Product Details

ISBN
9781312649521
Edition
First Edition
Published
November 4, 2014
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
149.4 KB

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