Run to the Roar: Stories About Facing Tough Challenges Head On
What do you do when facing lions on a spiritual safari?
Veteran missionary pilot Joe Hurston uses a lion’s characteristics to teach life changing spiritual principles while demonstrating the leadership principles of perseverance and confidence in the face of difficulty to fulfill God’s plan for your life.
- Run to the roar, or your problem, and not turn and run away
- Keep pride and bullies from stopping you
- Pick carefully the snarling feline you need to confront
- Prevent giving up your territorial rights
- Be on the prowl on the path of God’s plan
- Guard against being devoured by the lion
A successful businessman, Hurston supports each principle with anecdotal you-can-do-it stories from his life experiences on the mission field. His accounts, including many years of work in Haiti and his more recent relief outreach to victims of the tsunami in Asia, are exciting and encouraging. Combining an entrepreneur’s passion with a Christian heart, this book is an adventure lesson tool for developing strong leadership skills.
About the Author
Joe Hurston is a long-time missionary pilot who has flown more than 2,500 missions since forming the relief organization Air Mobile Ministries in 1978. Hurston has received wide media attention for developing the Vortex portable water purifier that he delivered to relief agencies in Indonesia after the December 2004 tsunami. Visit his Web site at www.airmobile.org.
Martha VanCise, author of Successful Mission Teams, has worked with missions teams for twenty years. She is a regular contributor to Power for Living and has written for The Saturday Evening Post and numerous other publications. She and her husband live in Ft. Pierce, Florida.
Publisher: Charisma House; Annotated edition (July 6, 2006)
Paperback: 240 pages
Item Weight: 11.2 ounces
Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.67 x 8.5 inches