Combat Faith: ‘using the virtues of faith to silence the demons of war’

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RViaBqR6V7A&feature=player_embedded

http://www.woundedsoldierhealingwarrior.com/InterviewonLarryKingLive.htmlAllen B. Clark Jr.

http://www.combatfaith.com/Index.html

 

From Allen 2/17/11:

I was interviewed about my war wounding and healing on CBS Channel 11 Dallas-Ft. Worth Feb. 16, 2011.

The Honorable Allen Clark 469-831-0841
Founder, Combat Faith Ministry, www.combatfaith.com

Author, Wounded Soldier, Healing Warrior
www.woundedsoldierhealingwarrior.com

To listen to Allen’s interview on 2/16/11, click on this link:

http://goo.gl/OXkaO

 

 

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One Response to “Combat Faith: ‘using the virtues of faith to silence the demons of war’”

  1. olotliny Says:

    I would like to recommend a book: Hope Unseen. The story of the U.S. Army’s first Blind Active-Duty Officer. by Captain Scotty Smiley with Doug Crandall. (2010) ISBN 978-1-4391-8379-3

    I really enjoyed reading this autobiography. Captain Scott Smiley shares his life’s journey in a relaxed, personal manner. I found his story to be inspiring, touching and encouraging. As he quotes Albert Einstein: “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” He demonstrates with his life the decision and courage to not only face life’s challenges (or near death experiences), but the motivation to find the will to not be defined by adversities, rather to embrace the miracle of life and live it to the fullest.

    update 10/4/11…Read: Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption. by Lauren Hillenbrand. (2010) ISBN 978-I-4000-6416-8. This book tells the amazing true story of Louie Zamperini. From his early life challenges, to his running in the 1936 US Olympic team, meeting Goebbels and Hitler..his military service…and eventual imprisonment from the Japanese as a P.O.W…..again to say the words brutal, inhumane…these words are really not strong enough to describe what he and others lived through as well as so many others who never returned home. Yet, his story and life does not end there in complete darkness, isolation, pain and horror, Louie finds a source of strength, healing and purpose like Allen Clark and Scott Smiley. An excellent book, well written, hard to put down, and transformational.

    God Bless Allen.
    God Bless Scott.
    God Bless Louie.

    Thank you all for your continued service, strength, and mission that did not end with active duty.


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