A Quiet Reality: A Chaplain's Journey Into Babylon, Iraq with the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force
A Quiet Reality is a heartwarming and hopeful story that invites you to join Chaplain Marrero in this exciting journey through Iraq as he ministered to US Marines. Join him through an exhilarating tactical convoy during his first night in Iraq, through the painful ministry to the wounded and dead. Reflect with him as he ponders on this quest as a man in uniform and a pastor. Walk with him through the ancient ruins of Nebuchadnezzar's Palace in Babil and join him on an exciting quest to open biblical history to his Marines while he seeks to care for the Iraqis around him. A Quiet Reality is a hopeful commentary on a selfless quest to be true to one's faith and one's calling in the most trying of times. A wonderful story that provides deep insight into how Americans and Iraqis touched one another in conflict and in peace. Book jacket.
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