Vietnam and Christianity

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The Lord works providentially in all things, even the most negative experiences imaginable—including war. Don Boudreaux went to fight in Vietnam at eighteen-years-old, where he experienced combat before being severely wounded. Becoming a Christian after the war, Don committed his life to fighting the good fight of faith and becoming a spiritual warrior for Christ. He shares his journey in Vietnam and Christianity: A Vietnam Veteran’s Transformation from Army Soldier to Warrior of God, where he brilliantly correlates his experiences in Vietnam to specific Scriptures. Whether discussing artillery and helicopters or food rations and insects, he intertwines God’s Word, leaving you encouraged to live as a believer, battle in attacks from Satan, and embrace your spiritual gifts.

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The Lord works providentially in all things, even the most negative experiences imaginable—including war. Don Boudreaux joined the military at seventeen-years-old and went to fight in Vietnam at eighteen, where he experienced combat for almost a year before being severely wounded. Becoming a Christian seven years later, Don began questioning God about the purpose in sending him to war. God answered: I sent you to war so you could become a spiritual warrior.

Don has committed his life to fighting the good fight of faith and becoming a spiritual warrior, and he shares his journey in Vietnam and Christianity. He brilliantly correlates his experiences in Vietnam to specific Scriptures, encouraging you to live as a believer in Christ and to battle in attacks from Satan. Whether discussing artillery and helicopters or food rations and insects, he intertwines God’s Word, leaving you filled with hope and ready to take the offense in spiritual warfare. He also boldly introduces prophetic ministry and other spiritual gifts to embolden you to step out in faith and become warriors for Christ.

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Weight 0.377 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 0.25870 × 9 in
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1 review for Vietnam and Christianity

  1. Jimmie Willson

    It’s one of those books that you have to make yourself stop reading because you want to know what’s next. It is interesting and easy to read

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