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Trade Paperback
208 pages
Apr 2005
Multnomah Publishers

Bulletproof: The Making of an Invincible Mind

by Chuck Holton

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In Bulletproof by Chuck Holton, readers are introduced to how God brought people through almost unbelievable circumstances. Upon this foundation the author begins to build the truths and insight behind these miraculous events.

One of the most basic, but frequently forgotten and misunderstood, principles of faith is the value of the love of God. Love, as Holton explains, is the antidote to many of the emotions present in stressful or even life-threatening events. One of the events described, which took place in a combat zone, richly and profoundly provides us with real, powerful, and peaceful outcomes: when a believer surrenders to God in love, and allows His peace to strengthen his faith.

The author then progresses to reveal more about the true nature of our relationship with God and the necessary steps we need to follow that enable us to receive the blessing and peace God has for each of us. I was touched on many levels by the accounts and principles within the pages of this book. It is a profound, challenging, yet compelling work. -- Dr. Wesley Rose, Christian Book

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Would you like to have the confidence, the kind of driving purpose, that shuts out all fear? Do you want your life to be filled with adventure? There are many kinds of soldiers, and the ones that this book is written for don’t necessarily wear a uniform. The missions these soldiers undertake have more than just political or historical significance—they are impacting eternity. Bulletproof is a field manual for the Christian soldier. It addresses the issues of fear and risk from a Christian perspective, using primarily military examples and analogies. Holton teaches believers how to overcome fear and join the ranks of the army of God.