America and Americans need the ability to bounce back.
Individuals, leaders, and nations ALL need the ability to bounce back.
In every way we’re troubled but not crushed, frustrated but not in despair,
persecuted but not abandoned, struck down but not destroyed. 2 Corinthians 4:8-9
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I cannot think of a more relevant topic in today’s world than “How to Bounce Back.” General Dees combines the pervasive effects of national and global issues such as the economy, national security, energy, healthcare, and erosion of fundamental values with the ever present personal issues such as employment, health, relationships, and ultimate purpose and meaning, to develop an engaging and powerful spiritual roadmap for surviving and thriving in the Before, During, and After phases of the storms of life.
~Governor Mike Huckabee
Leadership is always played out in the "Red Zone," and leaders who do not cultivate resiliency find themselves sidelined much too quickly.
~ Dr. Andrew B. Seidel
In our 200 years, we have overcome enemies, but the greatest enemy among us is the hatred of God. May we as a nation read this book with repentant hearts that will lead to righteous-ness.
May “we the people” resolve to see America triumph over evil oppression and once again
become a resilient nation.
~Franklin Graham, Samaritans Purse
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