Traveler & the Chaplain

If you’re a natural born leader, don’t read this book

So you feel like God didn’t give you what you need to be a leader, yet you find yourself in a position to lead.

And things aren’t going well.

What now?

This book is about a man named Traveler who’s just a regular guy like you. And he’s struggling. And during his struggle he encounters a former special forces unit leader turned Chaplain who has some surprising answers to his many questions.

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What others are saying about Traveler and the Chaplain

Traveler and the Chaplain is absolutely brilliant in essence. It is both profoundly simple and simply profound, emanating the fragrance of Jesus and emulating the style of Jesus.

Jon Courson, pastor and author

The book is GREAT, truly, I got a lot out of it, I was refreshed, challenged, edified, and excited about focusing more on all the qualities you described.

I read it yesterday (Sunday,) in one afternoon sitting, and I truly enjoyed it. I even took notes, and listed pages I want to review again.

Larry Anderson

I just finished your book and want to tell you I think it is outstanding.  So much so that I intend to purchase two more copies and send one to each of my sons for them to read then pass on to their older children to read.   I can see where this book would be such a guidance tool for them.

I have to tell you, it’s very difficult for me to sit and read a book, but I had no trouble with this one.  In fact, I can see myself reading it again.

Charlene Courson

 

It was fun and adventuresome traveling with you in your book. How we also desire to see Jesus written on every one of the pages of our life!

Great book and inspiring!

Dave Schwepp


Inspiring! Thanks for sharing a journey that’s packed with lots of truths.

Jim Bowlings

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