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Faith in the Fog of War: Stories of Triumph and Tragedy in the Midst of War

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War-Worn Faith

You want the flare of your faith to burn as intensely as a fire on the battlefield. That means digging into God’s truth regardless of the chaos raging around you. These devotions are written by a man who had considered war something that someone else always did, and was then himself deployed to Iraq as a company commander. From the frontlines of the blackest
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Paperback, 192 pages
Published September 15th 2006 by Multnomah Books
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John Reas
Chris Plekenpol is a dynamic and engaging minister who served in Iraq during some of the worse periods of the insurgency in the Sunni Triangle. Despite facing loss of men under his command and the horrors of war, Chris' faith in Christ and his belief in God never wavered and only continue to grow as shown in this account of his deployment overseas.
Al
CPT Plekenpol wrote a good work which reflects some of the challenges of being a Christian in today's Army. He also wrote on being a combat leader and how a close relationship with God helps one to be a better leader. This is a good resource for those of us Christians who happen to be Soldiers.
Jared Detter
I was expecting this to be a continuous narrative of someone's war experiences, but it's more of a series of snapshots with a Christian lesson attached to each. I would have liked the continuous narrative better, but it was still a good read.
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