HMS Life

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Xulon Press, 2007 - 260 pages
You have in your hands a compelling story, a book of the miraculous, a book of undeniable transformation, hope, discovery, and identity. A story of how to come from nowhere to somewhere, that begins with degradation as two young boys (aged 15 and 16) come to terms with the oft harsh realities of life at sea in Her Majesty's Royal Navy of the 1970s era. With heartfelt honesty the story unfolds into one of abuse and self-abuse as one after another of imposed and self-imposed identities are stripped away making way for a transformation that led both men into Christian ministry. HMS LIFE is at the same time a piece of never-to-be-repeated history and a unique compilation of a dramatic real life story accompanied by a sound and detailed explanation of the incredible transformation that took place. It is proof that redemption and success can come to those who have walked a dangerous and wayward path.

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Contents

The Taxi About the authors Introduction
23
Chapter Two New Entry
35
Chapter Three Fixing the masks
49
Chapter Four Fixing the masks 2
65
Chapter Five Returning to life
83
Chapter Six The first meeting of like minds
115
Chapter Seven Early days in ministry
133
Chapter Eight There is always a victory
149
Chapter Eleven You Decide
175
Chapter Twelve The dwelling place of God
189
Chapter Thirteen You can because you are
201
Chapter Fourteen More than a conqueror
207
Chapter Fifteen You are perfect
217
Chapter Sixteen How big is your God?
227
Chapter Seventeen Moving the Core
241
Epilogue
255

Chapter Nine Magnifying moments
159
Chapter Ten Living in the reality of our
165

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