Wounded Soldier, Healing Warrior is an exceptional readcaptivating, inspirational and educational. Allen Clark is an American patriot who has lived the West Point values of duty, honor, and country every day. From experiencing the rigors of combat during the war in Vietnam to becoming Assistant Secretary for Veterans Liaison, he did not allow physical disabilities to detract from his intent to care for others and serve his nation. Allen provides a clear messagethrough strong values and faith in God, we can overcome adversity and be all we want to be." Lieutenant General Robert F. Foley (USA-Ret.), Medal of Honor Recipient"
[Clark] is an unusual American and a pilgrim whose quest the reader will find poignant and illuminating."Bill Moyers"
Wow! What a sensational story of a heroic life and service for our dear country and our dear Lord Jesus. There are few accounts today of such dramatic demonstration of the Lord's power to not only save a life but to use that life for His glory. This book is bound to help so many who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as those returning from war, now." Dr. Bobby Welch, Purple Heart Vietnam veteran and past president, Southern Baptist Convention"
There are a host of heroes to whom this country owes a debt it can never repay. Allen Clark lost both his legs while serving his country in Vietnam. When he came home, his body was broken, but his spirit never faltered. He went back to school. He earned his masters degree in business administration. He served his state in a high government post and is now a successful businessman. He's an inspiration to all who know him." President Ronald Reagan, The White House, September 10, 1984"
From my own experience, I know how much determination, courage, and faith it took for Allen Clark to travel his long journey back to life. But, he has made it, and in telling his story, he will help others make it, too."Bob Dole