A Warrior’s Faith: Navy SEAL Ryan Job, a Life-Changing Firefight, and the Belief That Transformed His Life

Though blinded, the irrepressible Job recovered from his wounds and began facing a new set of obstacles with his characteristic humor and resolve. He married the girl of his dreams,  hunted elk, climbed Mt. Rainier,  graduated college with honors, influenced countless people around him, and was looking forward to being a father—before his life was tragically cut short by a hospital medical error.

Vera’s raw, often funny, and heartfelt account of his friend’s life offers readers a way to find hope in the middle of life’s raging storms.  . An exhilarating story of a young Navy SEAL whose relentless faith transformed his life and inspired everyone who knew his courageous story. In a warrior’s faith, robert vera, and fierce determination helped him survive after being shot in the face by an enemy sniper on a roof in Ramadi, Ryan Job’s close friend, recounts how the highly decorated Navy SEAL’s unstoppable sense of humor, positive attitude, Iraq.


SEAL of God

Along the way, chad shares his own radical conversion story and talks about how he draws on his own experiences as a SEAL to help others better understand the depths of Christ’s sacrifice and love. Days before chad williams was to report to military duty in great lakes, US Navy SEAL Scott Helvenston, being brutally murdered in a premeditated ambush on the roads of Fallujah, he turned on a television and was greeted with the horrifying images of his mentor, Illinois, Iraq.

. One of only 13 from a class of 173 to make it straight through to graduation, Chad served his country on SEAL Teams One and Seven for five years, completing tours of duty in the Philippines, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and Iraq. Part memoir, seal of god follows chad’s journey through the grueling Naval Ops training and onto the streets of Iraq, part evangelism piece, where he witnessed the horrors of war up close.

Steeled in his resolve, chad followed in Scott’s footsteps and completed the US military’s most difficult and grueling training to become a Navy SEAL.

A Table in the Presence: The Dramatic Account of How a U.S. Marine Battalion Experienced God's Presence Amidst the Chaos of the War in Iraq

Marines. Hiding in buildings and mosques, wearing civilian clothes, and spread out for over a mile, Saddam Hussein's militants rained down bullets and rocket propelled grenades on the 1st Battalion. Their regiment, the most highly decorated regiment in the history of the Marines, was the first ground force to cross the border into Iraq, the first to see one of their own killed in battle, and they were the unit to fight what most believe to have been the decisive battle of the war-April 10th in downtown Baghdad.

On april 10th, 2003, the 1st battalion, 5th marine regiment, ran headlong into what Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North called, faced with the task of seizing the presidential palace in downtown Baghdad, "the worst day of fighting for U. S. But in the hearts and minds of the Marines who were there, there was no question.

. Some said the 1st Battalion was incredibly lucky. Through it all, carey Cash says, the presence of God was undeniable. As the 1st battalion's chaplain, from the beginning of the war to the end, Lieutenant Carey Cash had the unique privilege of seeing firsthand, and even transformed, how God miraculously delivered, the lives of the men of the 1st Battalion.

God had brought them miraculously through that battle. But when the smoke of the eight-hour battle cleared, only one Marine had lost his life. The men of the 1st battalion came to discover what King David had discovered long ago--that God's presence could be richly experienced even in the presence of enemies.

Just Business: Christian Ethics for the Marketplace

But christians aim to be ethical in all the areas of daily life and work―not just when the spotlight is on them. For those facing the many questions and quandaries of doing business with ethical integrity, Alec Hill offers a place to begin. In this third edition of a popular textbook on business ethics, justice, Hill carefully explores the foundational Christian concepts of holiness, and love.

Updated throughout, this new edition of just Business is an excellent introduction to business ethics for students, and with a new chapter on international business, and a timely refresher for men and women already in the marketplace. Using penetrating case studies on such pressing topics as employer-employee relations, discrimination and affirmative action, and environmental damage, he clothes principles in concrete business situations.

These keys to god's character, he argues, are also the keys to Christian business ethics. When the daily business news breaks away from stories of profit and loss, it often shines a spotlight on ethical failures. Hill then shows how some common responses to business ethics fall short of a fully Christian mindset.


The Last Rescue: How Faith and Love Saved a Navy SEAL Sniper

Wounded in mogadishu and facing a torturous journey of rehabilitation and recovery, he came home to find his marriage falling apart and his world upended. When he met debbie, an accountant emerging from her own trial by fire, he realized this might be his last hope, and the two together began a journey of rediscovering their faith in God and their ability to trust in God’s goodness.

The last rescue is an unforgettable tale of brokenness and healing, through the agony of broken marriages, going deep into the firing line of modern warfare, and onto a path of redemption and love. With a clear-eyed view of the inevitability of heartache and the power of God’s faithfulness, we should never, ever, Howard and Debbie remind us that no matter what our circumstances, give up hope.

In the aftermath of war, a Navy SEAL finds faith, hope, and love. Howard wasdin, author of seal team six: memoirs of an elite navy seal sniper twenty-two weeks on the New York Times best-seller list, survived the firestorm made famous in Black Hawk Down only to return to a world without support, without a mission, and soon without his family.


Kisses from Katie: A Story of Relentless Love and Redemption

Kisses from katie invites readers on a journey of radical love down the red dirt roads of Uganda. Katie, is in the process of adopting thirteen children in Uganda and has established a ministry, a charismatic and articulate young woman, Amazima, that feeds and sends hundreds more to school while teaching them the Word of Jesus Christ.

The new york times bestslling account of a courageous eighteen-year-old from Nashville who gave up every comfort and convenience to become the adoptive mother to thirteen girls in Uganda. What would cause an eighteen-year-old senior class president and homecoming queen from nashville, and break up with the love of her life, break her little brother’s heart, all so she could move to Uganda, to disobey and disappoint her parents by forgoing college, lose all but a handful of her friends because they think she has gone off the deep end, Tennessee, where she knew only one person and didn’t even speak the language? A passion to follow Jesus.

You’ll laugh and cry with Katie as she follows Jesus into the impossible and finds joy and beauty beneath the dust. Katie and her children delight in saying yes to the people God places in front of them and challenge readers to do the same, changing the world one person at a time. Katie davis left over christmas break of her senior year for a short mission trip to Uganda and her life was turned completely inside out.

She found herself so moved by the people of Uganda and the needs she saw that she knew her calling was to return and care for them.

The Trident: The Forging and Reforging of a Navy SEAL Leader

In western iraq alone, he conducted over forty capture-kill missions with his men, successfully locating more than 120 Al Qaida insurgents. He speaks candidly of the grit that helped him carry on despite grievous wounds, and family, Erica, and of the extraordinary love and devotion of his wife, without whom he would not have survived.

Vivid and powerful, filled with sixteen pages of photos, emotionally resonant and illuminating, husband, The Trident traces the evolution of a modern warrior, and father—a man who has come to embody the never-say-die spirit that defines America’s elite fighting force. Redman recounts his story, from his grueling SEAL training to how he found the balance between arrogance and humility all while fighting America’s enemies on far flung battlefields.

Navy seal and author of overcome jason redman’s highly-charged account of his combat missions in Iraq and his miraculous recovery from wounds that might have killed him—if it were not for his grit and the devotion of his wife and family Decorated Navy SEAL Lieutenant Jason Redman served his country in Columbia, Peru, Afghanistan and Iraq, where he commanded mobility and assault forces.

. In september 2007, while leading a mission against a key senior Al Qaida commander, his team was ambushed and he was critically wounded by machine-gun fire at point blank range. During the intense recovery that followed—a years-long process that included 37 surgeries—Redman gained national media attention when he posted a sign on his door at Bethesda Naval Medical Center, warning all who entered not to “feel sorry for my wounds.

Redman’s sign became both a statement and a symbol for wounded warriors everywhere. The trident is an unforgettable story of one man’s determination to overcome adversity.

The Road to Unafraid: How the Army's Top Ranger Faced Fear and Found Courage through

Initiative since panama, and tells how God taught him faith from the front in fear-soaked times. Just as he told one of his charges in mogadishu: "The difference between being a coward and a hero is not whether you're scared, it's what you do while you're scared. ". As readers go on-mission with Struecker through his harrowing tales, they will learn how to face their own fears with faith in a mighty God.

Jeff struecker, now an army chaplain, the army's Top Ranger, a "Black Hawk Down" hero, relates his own tales from the frontlines of every U. S.

Fearless: The Undaunted Courage and Ultimate Sacrifice of Navy SEAL Team SIX Operator Adam Brown

It is a deeply personal, fathers, as husbands, revealing glimpse inside the SEAL Team SIX brotherhood that also shows how these elite operators live out the rest of their lives, away from danger, and friends. Fearless is the story of a man of extremes, whose courage and determination was fueled by faith, family, and the love of a woman.

Military. Battling his inner demons on a last-chance road to redemption, Adam had one goal: to become the best of the best—a U. S. New york times bestseller • ecpa bestseller, 000 copies sold! fearless takes you deep into seal team SIX, GOLD AWARD—Over 500, straight to the heart of one of its most legendary operators.

When navy seal adam brown woke up on march 17, not meant to be seen unless the worst happened, 2010, he didn’t know he would die that night in the Hindu Kush Mountains of Afghanistan—but he was ready: In a letter to his children, because I know no matter what, he wrote, “I’m not afraid of anything that might happen to me on this earth, nothing can take my spirit from me.

Long before adam brown became a member of the elite seal team six—the counterterrorism unit that took down Osama bin Laden—he was a fun-loving country boy from Hot Springs, Arkansas, whose greatest goal had been to wear his high school’s football jersey. An undersized daredevil, prone to jumping off roofs into trees and off bridges into lakes, Adam was a kid who broke his own bones but would never break apromise to his parents.

But after high school, adam fell in with the wrong crowd, and his family watched as his appetite for risk dragged him into a downward spiral that eventually landed him in jail. Always the first to volunteer for the most dangerous assignments, Adam’s final act of bravery led to the ultimate sacrifice.

Just Business: Christian Ethics for the Marketplace

This is an excellent introduction to business ethics for students and a bracing refresher for men and women already in the marketplace. An ethical man is a Christian holding four aces. So said Mark Twain. Finally, discrimination and affirmative action, he turns to penetrating case studies on such pressing topics as employer-employee relations, and environmental damage.

To those faced with the many questions and quandaries of doing business with integrity, Alexander Hill offers a place to begin. Alexander hill carefully explores the foundational Christian concepts of holiness, justice and love. Hill then shows how some common responses to business ethics fall short of a fully Christian response.

These keys to god's character, he argues, are also the keys to Christian business ethics. But practicing christians, at least, want to be ethical in all areas of life and work--not just when they are holding four aces.

No Place to Hide: A Brain Surgeon's Long Journey Home from the Iraq War

Lee warren’s life as a neurosurgeon in a trauma center began to unravel long before he shipped off to serve the Air Force in Iraq in 2004. In his 120 days in a tent hospital, he was trained in a different specialty—surviving over a hundred mortar attacks and trying desperately to repair the damages of a war that raged around every detail of every day.

When he traded a comfortable if demanding practice in San Antonio, for a ride on a C-130 into the combat zone, Texas, he was already reeling from months of personal struggle. At the 332nd air force theater hospital at Joint Base Balad, Iraq, Warren realized his experience with trauma was just beginning.

No place was safe, and the constant barrage wore down every possible defense, physical or psychological. One day, and running shoes, gym shorts, clad only in a t-shirt, Warren was caught in the open while round after round of mortars shook the earth and shattered the air with their explosions, stripping him of everything he had been trying so desperately to hold on to.

Warren’s story is an example of how a person can go from a place of total loss to one of strength, courage, and victory. Whether you are in the midst of your own crisis of faith, you will be inspired to remember that how you respond determines whether you survive—spiritually, emotionally, financial struggle, or illness, failed relationship, and sometimes physically.

It is the beginning of a long journey home. W.