Thursday, March 28, 2013

Wounded Warrior, Wounded Home by Marshele Carter Waddell

This is a good book to help anyone understand what a soldier deals with.

It is presented from a biblical worldview and contains solid information. It comes from first-hand experience as one of the author's spouse is retired Navy and has suffered from the wounds of a warrior.

You won't feel like this is full of fake mumbo jumbo. The writing is incredibly authentic and draws you inside the struggles that everyone goes through.

If nothing else, this book screams for those going through these things to not be silent. This will, hopefully, encourage vets and spouses to seek out help.

While they do include biblical insights and advice, reading this did not feel like a sermon on all the world's ills from sin. It was encouraging to read something Bible-based that was very gracious and good.

I would recommend this book for anyone in the military or in close proximity to a service person.

This book was provided for review, at no cost, by Revell.

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