TSM 17-19 Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch on “Work Hard Pray Hard”

Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch, on air May 9th

MORAL LESSONS FROM AN AMERICA WARRIOR…

WEST POINT GRAD, IRAQ SURGE LEADER, CHRISTIAN PATRIOT…
 
Work Hard, Pray Hard:
The Power of Faith in Action
 
 Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch, (US Army Ret.), author of the new book Work Hard, Pray Hard: The Power of Faith in Action. 
 
THE AUTHOR OF Adapt or Die: Battle-tested Principles for Leaders RETURNS…

In trying times, where can we turn to find true strength and peace of mind? If you think God might be the answer, you’re off to a pretty good start. But know this—believing is only step one. From his harrowing personal journey on the battlefields of Iraq to dealing with the everyday stresses of life at home, retired Army General Rick Lynch shares his thirty-plus years of experience that proved to him the power of faith in action.


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Bolstered by history and backed by the Bible, Work Hard, Pray Hard explores seven steps that will put the true power of faith into action, in your life, every day. God is there to give hope to those who need it, peace to those who seek it, and fearlessness to those who desire it. History shows us proof of this all the time—moments when the un-healable are healed and the unwinnable is won. How is that possible? Work Hard, Pray Hard explains by sharing Lynch’s lessons from the course of a lifetime in one, easy to read book—a book that he hopes will change your life for the better, the way faith itself changed him.
 
Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Rick Lynch has commanded at all levels of the Army, from companies of 100 soldiers to corps of 65,000 soldiers, to the commander of all U.S. Army installations—120,000 civilian employees and soldiers worldwide. He spent more than thirty months in Iraq after 9/11, including fifteen months as one of the leaders of the Surge in 2007. A West Point graduate, he also served in Desert Shield, Desert Storm, and Kosovo. After his baptism at the age of 32 and continuing throughout his career—including during combat operations—Rick made it his mission to provide spiritual leadership to those under his command who sought a closer relationship with God. Today, Rick continues his dedication to spiritual leadership through speaking engagements at churches, businesses, and leadership conferences all over the country. He is the author of Adapt or Die. When he’s not on the road, Rick can be found spending time on his ranch in Texas with his wife of thirty-three years, Sarah.

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