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Propelled by spiritual insight
A moment's epiphany was the 'kick in the pants' a GI needed to save a wounded buddy under Nazi fire.
After the September 11 terrorist attacks, much thought has been given to a "new kind of war," one that could involve not only military forces abroad but also civilians at home.
Three American combat veterans spoke to the Sentinel about the spiritual defense they believe protected them in threatening moments.
In The Frosty Gloom that enveloped the Ardennes in the days before the epic Battle of the Bulge in 1944, Jim Crafton's American Army patrol was hit by a burst of Nazi machine-gun fire. Most of the men were killed, and the 20-year-old found himself sprawled on top of his rifle behind a tree.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
Weapons that heal
with contributions from Diane Cihangir, Garrett Stone, Theresa Meehan, Teri Fox Stayner, Joy Bennett
items of interest
with contributions from Dan Rather, Lilly A. Evans
NEUTRALIZE THE FEAR of infection and disease
By Richard Bergenheim
Grace and the Mind we all belong to
By Margaret Rogers
Strong, with God
By Earline Shoemake
'Don't forget your helmet'
By Bea Roegge
First line of defense
By Marilyn C. Jones
Three points on staying alert
By Elise L. Moore
Love dissolves the anger
By Evan Mehlenbacher
Digging in and staying with it
By Bill Dawley
with contributions from Mary Swinney, Jeffrey Hildner, Katherine Leech, Leslee Godfrey Allen, Silke and Corvin Huber, John Keough
Being in harmony with God was my right
Gillian Litchfield with contributions from Peter Tonge
On the road again
Kristin A. Jamerson
Leg wound quickly healed
Hopeful message, healing message
Where did they go?