Persecuted to Love: A Soldier's Story

Persecuted to Love: A Soldier's Story

by II Dr. Gary Mason
Persecuted to Love: A Soldier's Story

Persecuted to Love: A Soldier's Story

by II Dr. Gary Mason


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Persecuted to Love is one soldier's story of resilience and dependence on God. The persecution directed at Lieutenant Mason began when he reported what he thought was an isolated racist attack he endured at his cavalry unit in Iraq. When matters were not addressed, he uncovered an abusive culture in the Army that some would murder to cover up. Mason courageously fought to expose the truth while Army leaders fought to destroy his career. His pleas for protection and accountability were ignored by Congress, the White House, the Department of Justice and even the President himself. A man of faith, Mason prayed unceasingly amid character assassination and threats on his life. Unconditional love and reconciliation were the only answers to the attacks that ended in his forced early retirement. He discovered that fear was at the root of his forced discharge-fear of accountability, exposure, consequences, and change. Those who ignored the truth and those who continue to abuse soldiers never intended for his story to come to fruition. Motivated by the love of God, now Retired, Captain Mason shares his transformational experience in Persecuted to Love.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781638375791
Publisher: Dr. Gary Mason, II
Publication date: 05/05/2022
Pages: 518
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.41(d)

About the Author

Gary Mason, II, was born in Washington, DC and graduated from DeMatha Catholic High School. Before entering the US Army in 2000, he received a BA in communications from Howard University. While serving in the US Army, he earned an MA in Film Production from American University and an MA in Practical Theology from Regent University. After his forced retirement, he then earned a Doctorate in Military Ministry from Regent University. Dr. Mason is also an aspiring filmmaker who co-wrote the screenplay, PVT William Cathay - Slave to Buffalo Soldier, with his wife. He is also an expert communicator in military affairs, media planning, and military ministry.
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