The Nine Principles of Spiritual Warfare
by Barbara Peters
Learn the keys to finding victory when facing spiritual warfare. These nine principles of war are taught in military academies around the world and have great spiritual relevance to the conflicts faced daily by Christians. Watch now for a one time purchase for only $19.99!
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Special Ops Woman
First and foremost a Special Ops Woman is a woman of God. Special Ops, is a military term for elite and disciplined military personnel that perform their missions with a very high level of proficiency. This book is designed to help women identify and develop their pursuit of fulfilling their day to day responsibilities.
Ministry leader and author Barbara Peters is married to former Special Ops Marine Corp combat officer, Dr. Bill Peters. In those many years she has learned to use the Nine Principles of War to operate her life and ministry. Barbara's book will instruct you how to better prepare and equip yourself for your mission in life.
Special Ops Church
Ministry leader and author Dr. Bill Peters, a former military officer having served in special operations as a Marine Corps Force Recon team leader during the Vietnam, applies his experience from successfully planned and executed missions to a plan for spiritual battle for the church. Readers are shown how the Holy Spirit uniquely equips individuals—and the church as a whole—for the special task of winning others to Christ in a turbulent and sometimes volatile world.
First Force Recon Company:
Sunrise at Midnight
In 1969, First Lieutenant Bill Peters and the Force Recon Marines had one of the most difficult, dangerous assignments in Vietnam. From the DMZ to the Central Highlands, their job was to provide strategic and operational intelligence to insure the security of American units as the withdrawal of the troops progressed.
Making perilous helicopter inserts deep in the Que Son Mountains, where the constant chatter of AK-47 rifle fire left no doubt who was in charge, Peters and the other men of 1st Force Recon Company risked their lives every day in six-man teams, never knowing whether they would live to see the sunset. Peters's accounts of silently watching huge movements of heavily armed NVA regulars, prisoner snatches, sudden-death ambushes, and extracts from fiercely fought firefights vividly capture the realities of Recon Marine warfare, and offer a gritty tribute to the courage, heroism, and sacrifice of the U. S. Marines.