Letters from War

Letters from War

By (author) Mark Schultz , With Travis Thrasher

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INSPIRED BY THE ORIGINAL HIT SONG "W"hen Beth Thompson's only son, James, goes missing in action in Afghanistan, she is left with her prayers, hopes, fears . . . and letters. Mother and son have been writing since boot camp. James writes of his struggle to become a confident soldier and of his concern for his young wife and their unborn child. Beth, like any mom, praises her son's courage even as she frets for his safety. Even after James disappears, Beth is comforted by a daily ritual of writing him about her feelings, faith, and attempts to maintain a normal life when nothing is really normal but the waiting. Based on platinum-selling singer Mark Schultz's hit song "Letters from War," this powerfully emotional and timely story reveals how faith sustains in even the darkest of circumstances.

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  • Paperback | 277 pages
  • 124.46 x 175.26 x 22.86mm | 222.26g
  • 05 Jun 2012
  • Howard Books
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 1451674414
  • 9781451674415
  • 1,474,033

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Author Information

Mark Schultz is a Dove Award-winning artist and has become one of Christian music's most acclaimed singer/songwriters. He received BMI's Christian Song of the Year in 2003 for "Back in His Arms Again." He's also earned the top spot on "Billboard "magazine's Christian Adult Contemporary Songwriter list. Travis Thrasher is the author of twelve works of fiction. He has been called "the Nicholas Sparks of Christian fiction" by "Christian Retailing "magazine. Travis lives with his wife and daughters in a suburb of Chicago.

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"Mark Schultz is the ultimate storyteller. Through his music and now his book, "Letters from War" touches our hearts, lifts our spirits, and honors our country."--Tommy Spaulding, New York Times bestsellling author of It's Not Just Who You Know

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