Dave and Gwyn Page’s newly released “Journal of a Navy Chaplain” details the inspiring life of a navy enlisted man turned Christian chaplain.

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“Journal of a Navy Chaplain: and a Family's View of the Military and Ways to Cope” from Christian Faith Publishing authors Dave and Gwyn Page is a gripping memoir of a former navy enlisted man who heeds God’s calling to become a minister after a near-death experience.

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“Journal of a Navy Chaplain: and a Family's View of the Military and Ways to Cope”: a wonderful testament of Dave Page, a former naval aviation electronics technician who becomes a pastor to marines and sailors after being converted to Christianity. “Journal of a Navy Chaplain: and a Family's View of the Military and Ways to Cope” is the creation of published authors Dave and Gwyn Page, ministers of God and dedicated writers.

Dave and Gwyn Page share, “Dave Page joined the navy during the Korean War. After nearly drowning in a riptide in Hawaii, it drastically changed his life. He was converted into faith in Christ and, soon after, felt God’s call into the ministry. He pastored churches through college and seminary. Then the Lord led him into the navy chaplainry with a service of more than twenty-two years.

“Read about Dave’s experience serving our country with sailors and Marines and their families.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Dave and Gwyn Page’s new book shows the ineffable will of the Lord in beckoning individuals of mundane origins to become His extraordinary ministers of faith and good news that reaches out to souls.

Readers will find their hearts raised and minds enlightened by the real-life moments shared by the author with his family and ministry that prove the presence and guidance of God in life.

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Consumers can purchase“Journal of a Navy Chaplain: and a Family's View of the Military and Ways to Cope” at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Journal of a Navy Chaplain: and a Family's View of the Military and Ways to Cope,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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