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SPIRIT SOUNDINGS Volume I: Sailing into a Hazardous World by DAVID REID BROWN

SPIRIT SOUNDINGS Volume I: Sailing into a Hazardous World

A Chaplain's Journal of Life at Sea


Pages: 228

Dimensions: 6 x 9

  • DRAMA - American - General
  • RELIGION - Inspirational

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781498465236

Price : $15.99


In three compelling volumes, Spirit Soundings captures the inspirational adventure in ministry of Chaplain David Reid Brown, Commander, U.S. Navy (Ret.) aboard the USS SHREVEPORT (LPD-12) from October 2000 through April 2002. This three volume series covers the aftermath of the bombing of the USS COLE (DDG-67), the harrowing attacks of 9/11, a wartime deployment to Afghanistan, and homecoming to America. Spirit Soundings engages the reader and provides them with a clear sense of the depth of their relationship with God, a basic understanding of the role of a Navy Chaplain, and a greater awareness of the dynamic setting of Sea Service Ministry.  
Spirit Soundings is a window allowing us to see David’s conviction of faith and his commitment to serve God’s people in the Sea Services. Be inspired far beyond par! Read it and expect the unexpected!
-Captain Brenda BradleyDavila, CHC, USN (Ret.)
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Spirit Soundings is going to challenge each person to a renewed sense of openness to the voice of God. Spirit Soundings will show you that God is always speaking and directing by his Spirit and it will challenge you to expect to hear from Him. 
-Rev. Andy Casper
 Lead Pastor, South County Church
 Lorton, Virginia
In Spirit Soundings, David Reid Brown gives us the result of “sailing into a hazardous world” as a newly deployed Navy Chaplain. These pages offer a spiritually mature, sometimes striking, often moving account of a man of God called to offer comfort and counsel to young men and women at sea. It’s a compelling, deeply honest and wise read.
-Rev. Denise Mosher
Salem, Oregon
Through Spirit Soundings, Chaplain David Reid Brown introduces readers to the exciting reality that God is at work in every thing that happens. 
-Rev. Frank W. Saunders
Clayton, North Carolina

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