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Finding Faith in the Desert: An Lds Military Chaplain Finds Light and Hope Among the U.S. Soldiers and Iraqi People

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Chaplain Horton's account and accompanying photos are truly inspirational as he and other soldiers have been participants in the miraculous opening of the minds and hearts of the Iraqi people, preparing them for the message of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ.
Paperback, 230 pages
Published August 28th 2004 by Spring Creek Book Company (first published August 2004)
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Dee Toomey
Nov 04, 2009 Dee Toomey rated it really liked it
Chaplain Tony, an lds military chaplain, is called into service from Germany to Iraq. While serving in Iraq, Anthony W. Horton learns and shares what it is to be more Christ-like. He grows to love his fellow man, not only those in the US Army, but also the Iraqis. With prayer and faith he leads and loves those he serves. There were many "a-ha!" moments for me while reading this book; as in "a-ha!", that is what Christ would have me to do! Good book1!
Becky
Dec 02, 2008 Becky rated it it was amazing
Recommended to Becky by: Jeaneice Horton
I confess, my motivation for reading this book was my personal interactions with the author. Tony Horton is an amazing Army chaplain, father, friend, husband, soldier, priesthood holder, and author. The book wasn't at all what I expected. Threaded throughout his personal experiences in Iraq is a fascinating religious history of the Iraqis one has to experience first hand to know. Thanks for sharing it with us, Tony.
Karen
Jun 05, 2015 Karen rated it it was amazing
Shelves: religious, biography
This is a book not easily forgotten. It was short-lived on the shelves, though. Perhaps because of the typos. I wish Bro. Horton could have contributed to Faith in the Service by Chad Hawkins. He has some amazing stories.
Camille Robison
Nov 18, 2008 Camille Robison rated it it was ok
Slow reading. Church book. Good pictures.
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