Jeff Struecker, a "Black Hawk Down" hero, the Army's Top Ranger, now an Army Chaplain, relates his own tales from the frontlines of every U.S. initiative since Panama, and tells how God taught him faith from the front in fear-soaked times. 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. 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."
|About the Contributor(s)||Jeff Struecker, a decorated member of the U.S. Army Rangers, was prominently featured in the national bestseller Black Hawk Down, later made into a major motion picture. He has fought in every U.S. initiative since Panama, and in 2000, he was commissioned as a Chaplain. He holds an M.Div. from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He and his wife, Dawn, reside in Columbia, South Carolina, with their five children.|
|Release Date||Aug 25, 2009|