On the battlefield, he was brilliant, audacious, and unflinchingly courageous, hence the nickname "Stonewall." This man of God was also a church deacon and devoted husband. Your students can meet the real Thomas Jackson as they read the letters he wrote to his wife, Anna---letters that still reflect a model of godly leadership and covenant faithfulness. Includes a list of his maxims. 160 pages, softcover.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 160 Vendor: Vision Forum, Inc Publication Date: 2002
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches) ISBN: 1929241631 ISBN-13: 9781929241637 Availability: In Stock
Beloved Bride: He called her "my beloved esposa" because Anna was his dearest love on this earth. Ironically, while the great military exploits of General Stonewall Jackson are studied in military schools the world over and his iron will and stern self-discipline has become legendary, little is said about his remarkable marriage. Even in the midst of the most arduous military campaigns, Stonewall took the time to send home extensive letters of love and devotion.