Sunday, November 6, 2011

Fighting Fear

This is the book trailer for Fighting Fear: Winning the War at Home.

If you can't see the whole picture, here's the link  .

Back Cover Copy

Saying goodbye to a loved one leaving for war is a gut-wrenching proposition. But for those left behind, their deployment marks the beginning of our battle. And yet, it is possible to find God’s peace in the midst of fear and conquer the terror that lurks in the darkness of doubt. In Fighting Fear: Winning the War at Home, parents, spouses and siblings recount their personal journey as God goes before His people during times of spiritual, physical and military warfare. Learn the secret to living a peace-filled life when a loved one leaves for battle. Fight fear; win the war at home.

This book is a compilation of stories, of which two of mine were selected. Whoo Hoo. The book is out just in time for Veteran's Day.

It's for sale at Barnes and Noble and Amazon

Hope ya'll will take a look. And don't forget to thank a veteran this week. It really means a lot to them. After all, they willingly fight for me and you.

Thank you son.

"He who did not spare His won Son, but delivered Him up for us all, how will He not also with Him freely give us all things?" Romans 8:32

Jesus won the battle for us, willingly and therefore we are free.

Thank you, Father.


Hilary said...

Oh excellent. Congrats on having two of your stories published in this fine book.

Shanda said...

I cannot imagine the fear of sending my son off to war. What a great book!

Anonymous said...

I just can't imagine it and hope I never have to.

Dave said...

It must be hell sending a son off to war. I am glad neither of ours had to go - Dave

Jeanette Levellie said...

Congratulations, Karen! I have often thought of this, and prayed for those left behind as well as our soldiers.

Jean Wise said...

Congrats, Karen. Difficult but much needed topic to share

Ron aka TheOldGeezer said...

Congratulations Karen! Your two stories are probably the high points of the book :-)

Take care and have a nice day :-)

BTW, thanks for your recent comment on The Old Geezer Blog

Karen said...

Hilary, thanks so much.

Shanda, it was one of the hardest things I've ever done.

LadyFi, I hope you won't need to.

Dave, yes it was and without my faith in the Lord I would've been a basket case.

Jeanette, thank you and keep on! :)

Jeanie, thanks, it was hard to write dry-eyed, too.

Ron, gosh you make me blush-you are too sweet.