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If you could sum up Faith Under Fire in three words, what would they be?
Enlightening, Educational, Insiring
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
This book was extremely challenging. Roger explored areas where a number of pastors/chaplains have been scared to approach. Here was a man that came to the end of himself and did not find God there to catch him, or so he believed. He went on his own journey to discover grace in its most purest form.I have never read nor heard anything so frank about losing and regaining your faith. It was refreshing to hear his challenges and to see that it is ok to not always have it together.
He communicates just how important it is to look after yourself, to have regular supervision. Yet even with these things in place, you will still need to keep a handle on your own humanity, being aware of your health and well being.
o This book opened my eyes to the war, Roger was definitely correct about the ignorance that people "at home" have, about what actually goes on in war zones. My awareness of war has heightened, especially leading up to Anzac day.
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I am not quick to read a book by another Army Chaplain. It could be the ego in all Army men that makes us think we are always good and don't need help. I think the struggles you went through were far greater than the ones I did. I also think it was brave of you to write a book. God bless you brother with all you have done and your ministry as you are the burdens of war. I will recommend other chaplains read this book even though most won't I know. For God and Country. May you find peace.