Item description for On the Frontline: A Personal Guidebook for the Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Challenges of Military Life by Tom Neven & Charles C. Krulak...
Overview This powerful book for men and women uses examples from history, real-life anecdotes, and biblical wisdom to help readers navigate the biggest challenges of military life. Neven confronts such issues as stress, depression, loneliness, and other issues, offering hope, encouragement, and practical guidance.
Publishers Description Winning strategies for the battles you face every day. The demands of military life can be staggering. Soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines face pressures and temptations that civilians will never know. Fortunately, here is help from someone who has been there. Tom Neven uses examples from history, real-life anecdotes from men and women in uniform, and biblical wisdom to help you navigate the biggest challenges of military life. "On the Frontline" addresses issues such as: -Loneliness (how to cope with deployment and separation from family and friends) -Sex (how to resist temptation and remain faithful) -Debt (how to manage money and avoid financial traps) -Relationships (how to build and maintain a marriage, friendships, and other relationships from a distance) -Fear (how to deal with the threat of injury or death) Written for both men and women, this powerful book confronts these and other issues head-on, offering hope, encouragement, and practical guidance for every day you serve "On the Frontline. "
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Studio: WaterBrook Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.38" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.66" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Nov 7, 2006
Publisher WaterBrook Press
ISBN 1400073359 ISBN13 9781400073351
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More About Tom Neven & Charles C. Krulak
Tom Neven is an author, editor, and former Marine who served seven years as an M-60 machine gunner and a U.S. embassy guard in Africa and Europe. He covered the first Gulf War for "The Marine Corps Gazette, " and has written for numerous newspapers and magazines. He is currently senior editor of "Plugged In, " a Focus on the Family magazine/Web site. He and his wife, Colette, are the parents of two children and live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Reviews - What do customers think about On the Frontline: A Personal Guidebook for the Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Challenges of Military Life?
Timely Advice Apr 26, 2007
These are turbulent times for military service members and their families. Tom Neven knows this, appreciates the need of the hour, and has given timely advice in his book, On the Frontline. He begins with the chapter "The Power of Discipline---The Best Training comes through Hardship" and closes with the chapter "Finding God on the Frontline---There is an Answer to the Question of Eternal Meaning." This is relevant material! Particularly helpful are his summaries at the end of each chapter. We have used his suggestions in a hand-out for military couples at Christian marriage seminars. This is a must-read for all military service members who want to live a victorious Christian life.
On the Front Line Delivers Sound Advice Apr 16, 2007
On the Frontline: A Personal Guidebook for the Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Challenges of Military Life By Tom Neven, Waterbrook Press, 2006, $13.95, ISBN 1-4000-7335-9
An old adage says "There are no atheists in foxholes." Yet after the exhilaration of surviving combat fades, how does the Sailor, Soldier, Airman, or Marine raised in a post-neo-modern, post-Christian culture deal with military life? Tom Neven offers advice--advice based on his experiences as a former Marine and the experiences of other veterans, some who survived combat but not the peacetime that followed. Neven's heart beats a steady rhythm for God and his fellow warriors. His counsel equips and feels like a dry, warm blanket thrown over the shoulders of a wet, cold friend. He covers the Big Five--Loneliness, Debt, Relationships, Sex, and Fear--with honesty and an understanding of human behavior. Neven offers solutions that go beyond a person's present physical, mental, and spiritual condition into a future state of personal integrity strengthened by an understanding of God's will and purpose. On the Frontline reads as a personal guidebook for military members and their families. The book fits in a battle-dress uniform pants pocket and deserves to fill as many as possible.