Navy seals saved by god
Seal of God by Chad WilliamsDays before Chad Williams was to report to military duty in Great Lakes, Illinois, he turned on a television and was greeted with the horrifying images of his mentor, US Navy SEAL Scott Helvenston, being brutally murdered in a premeditated ambush on the roads of Fallujah, Iraq. Steeled in his resolve, Chad followed in Scott’s footsteps and completed the US military’s most difficult and grueling training to become a Navy SEAL. One of only 13 from a class of 173 to make it straight through to graduation, Chad served his country on SEAL Teams One and Seven for five years, completing tours of duty in the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Iraq.
Part memoir, part evangelism piece, SEAL of God follows Chad’s journey through the grueling Naval Ops training and onto the streets of Iraq, where he witnessed the horrors of war up close. Along the way, Chad shares his own radical conversion story and talks about how he draws on his own experiences as a SEAL to help others better understand the depths of Christ’s sacrifice and love.
Navy SEAL Chad Williams Shares the Encounter That Changed His Life
A tragic Navy SEAL training accident left David Charbonnet paralyzed from the waist down and seriously doubting his faith for the first time. David Charbonnet grew up in a Christian home following Jesus. Accepting Christ at a young age, David was ready to serve his country, just like his dad. But Jesus warned that following him would be anything but easy John But He will see us through them.
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Chad Williams is an evangelist and former U. In a recent interview, Chad shared his personal testimony about why he joined the SEAL program and eventually became an evangelist, sharing Christ on the beaches of California, in public high schools and in churches nationwide. Chad was enrolled in a Southern California Community College and was basically failing in most of his classes, being more interested in surfing, skateboarding and drinking with his friends. As he was committed to his life as a slacker and party animal, it suddenly struck him one day that his life was going nowhere fast, and he wanted a bigger challenge and something to bring him satisfaction and fulfillment. His first thought was to become an Alaskan crab fisherman, but then he decided that he would join the Navy SEAL program. He went to talk to his father, who he assumed would try to talk him out of it, but his father put him in touch with Scott Helvenston, a Navy SEAL, who became his mentor. Scott actually tried to put Chad through the paces of simulated SEAL training, thinking that it would discourage him and demonstrate that he would not be up to the challenge.
How Faith and Love Saved a Navy Seal Sniper. With a clear-eyed view of the inevitability of heartache and the power of God's faithfulness, Howard and Debbie.
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