More Elite Soldier

More Elite Soldier

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by Chuck Holton
     
 

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The rigor of becoming an Airborne Ranger is exceeded only by the challenge of being one - but those who join their ranks find fulfillment in something bigger than themselves. In the same way, pursuing God's objectives energizes our everyday lives. Former U.S. Army Ranger Chuck Holton shows how God oversees our training and gives each of us specific skills to…  See more details below

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The rigor of becoming an Airborne Ranger is exceeded only by the challenge of being one - but those who join their ranks find fulfillment in something bigger than themselves. In the same way, pursuing God's objectives energizes our everyday lives. Former U.S. Army Ranger Chuck Holton shows how God oversees our training and gives each of us specific skills to accomplish the mission He has for us in this great spiritual war. Riveting action and powerful vignettes offer potent spiritual ammunition for the battles of every Christian serving in God's army. Find out what it takes to be a more elite soldier.

Life is combat.

From the instant the alarm clock signals the beginning of your day, you’re jumping into a zone of uncertainty. Your survival depends on having a clear focus.

YOUR OBJECTIVE:

Get on mission as an elite soldier. Become part of something bigger than yourself.

Your Commanding Officer will oversee your training, honing your skills to a razor-sharp edge. God will lead you through the danger zone of today’s insecurity, equipping you to make a difference.

In this riveting book, you will be issued potent spiritual ammunition for your daily battles from the perspective of a seasoned Special Operations soldier.

UNCERTAINTY IS A GIVEN. FEAR IS OPTIONAL.


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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780307564382
Publisher:
The Crown Publishing Group
Publication date:
02/04/2009
Sold by:
Random House
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
208
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Chuck Holton is originally from Carson City, Nevada. He joined the army upon graduation from high school and served four years as an Airborne Ranger. After completing his enlistment, he moved to Wisconsin to go to college and fly helicopters for the National Guard. With his wife, Connie, he moved to Maryland, where he now works as a stockbroker and enjoys spending time working around their farm and raising their five children.


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A More Elite Soldier 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Author Chuck Holton takes you on an action-packed trip of sacrifice and adventure via the retelling of his time as an Army Airborne Ranger. No false bravado here. Just a guy who wanted to serve his country and his Lord. Sometimes that required tough decisions. Decisions that strengthened him and made him a better Christian man, husband and father. Walk, run, crawl, shiver, and sweat with Ranger Chuck as he is battle tested. You won't forget this ride.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book looks through the eyes of the author during his years as an army ranger. What the author endeavors to do is not only to entertain, which it certainly does with plenty of action and dialogue, but also to impart a christian world view with several keen insights during some very critical years of his life. As a reader, I found myself totally engrossed in the author's world, I saw what he saw and did what he did: something I consider to be the mark of a good book. I can relate to the text and was challenged by some of his ideas even though I am a decidedly non-military personality. I found it to be a bit of positive and light reading among an ocean of dark and depressing literature. The book is heavily christian and military influenced- and those people being similarly situated (christian and/or military) will probably enjoy this book more than those who are not. As for myelf, I was deeply touched by this book and hope I can look forward to more like it in the future.