Behind the Lines: 365 Daily Challenges for Military Personnel
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Behind the Lines: 365 Daily Challenges for Military Personnel  -     By: Adam Davis, Chad Robichaux

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365 Daily Devotions
  • Faux leather
  • Satin green bookmark
  • Army green background
  • Embossed medal design on front and back cover
  • Gold foiled star and line accents
  • Silver bolded foiled lettering
  • On front: Behind The Lines. 365 Daily Challienges for Military Personnel
  • On back: Praise be to the LORD my Rock, who trains my hands for war, my fingers for battle. PSALM 144:1 NIV
  • On binding: Behind the lines
  • Each page contains Scripture along with daily devotional challenges
  • Star designs bordering the top of each page
  • Encouraging gift for military personnel
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Title: Behind the Lines: 365 Daily Challenges for Military Personnel
By: Adam Davis, Chad Robichaux
Format: Bonded Leather
Number of Pages: 384
Vendor: Broadstreet Publishing Group
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 6.5 X 4.5 (inches)
Weight: 12 ounces
ISBN: 1424561787
ISBN-13: 9781424561780
Stock No: WW561780

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Become the warrior you are meant to be.

Behind the Lines is a 365-day devotional written to encourage, empower, and inspire those who serve our nation. No matter your branch of military service, the words found within these pages will equip you with God’s wisdom as you hold the line against evil and protect the innocent.

Discover the true source of 
  • strength for serving
  • power for persevering
  • protection in times of danger
  • resilience during adversity
  • peace amid conflict

You are fully equipped, completely prepared, and wholly trained to face your calling from God.

Praise be to the Lord my Rock, who trains my hands for war, my fingers for battle.
Psalm 144:1 NIV

Author Bio

ADAM DAVIS is an author, motivational speaker, and former law enforcement officer. His story reveals the pain that many hide and addresses topics that many avoid. Adam shares his experiences of sexual assault, substance abuse, mental illness, and law enforcement. Adam is known for his work on Behind the Badge: 365 Daily Devotions for Law Enforcement, Bulletproof Marriage: A 90-Day Devotional (with Lt. Col. Dave Grossman), and On Spiritual Combat: 30 Missions for Victorious Warfare (with Lt. Col. Dave Grossman). Bulletproof Marriage was a finalist for the 2020 Christian Book Award®.

Adam's work has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, Fox News, The Huffington Post,, and Law Enforcement Today. As a speaker, he has presented for the University of Alabama, Auburn University Department of Economic Development, TEDx Troy University, law enforcement agencies, military bases, and many seminars with Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, Taya Kyle, and other American patriots. His media appearances have included The Rick & Bubba Show, The Blaze Radio Network, Family Life Today, The 700 Club, The Glenn Beck Program, Team Never Quit Podcast with Marcus Luttrell, and many others.

Today, Adam continues to dedicate his life to helping others navigate the challenges of marriage and overcoming adversity by continuing to author new, quality resources and speaking across the nation. You can stay up to date with Adam's events and new releases by visiting He is proudly supported by his wife of twenty years, Amber, and three children.
CHAD ROBICHAUX is a former Force Recon marine and DoD contractor with eight deployments to Afghanistan as part of a Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) Task Force. After overcoming his personal battles with PTSD and nearly becoming a veteran sui­cide statistic, Chad founded the Mighty Oaks Foundation, a lead­ing nonprofit, serving the active duty and military veteran com­munities with highly successful faith-based combat trauma and resiliency programs. Having spoken to over 150,000 active-duty troops and led life-saving programs for over 3,800 active military and veterans at four Mighty Oaks Ranches around the nation, Chad has become a go-to resource and is considered a subject matter expert on faith-based solutions to PTSD, having advised the Trump administration, Congress, the VA, and the highest levels of the DoD. Currently, Chad serves as the chairman for the Faith Based Veterans Service Alliance (FBVSA) collaborat­ing with the White House on behalf of a coalition of faith-based Veteran Service Organizations, and is a surrogate speaker and national board member for Veterans Coalition for Trump.

Chad has written five books related to veteran care, donating over 100,000 copies to the troops during his resiliency speak­ing tours. He is regularly featured on national media, such as Fox News, OANN, The O’Reilly Factor, The Blaze, TBN, The 700 Club, USA Today and has appeared in a short film by I Am Second. Cur­rently, a life-story motion picture is being produced based on the stories in this book.

In addition to Chad’s military service, he is a former fed­eral agent and law enforcement officer who was awarded the Medal of Valor for bravery. Chad is married to his wife, Kathy, and they have a daughter and two sons. Hunter is a third-generation Marine Combat veteran in the Robichaux family. Chad and his two sons are lifelong martial artists. Chad is a third degree Bra­zilian jiu-jitsu black belt under Carlson Gracie Jr. and is a former Professional Mixed Martial Arts Champion, having competed at the highest levels of the sport.

Editorial Reviews

You hold in your hands one of the most powerful, important books you will ever read. After reading God’s Holy Word in the Bible, spending time with a book like this is one of the most important things you can do in your life. Seeking God’s Word and wisdom every day is essential if you are to survive and triumph as you battle evil in this world.
                As you serve our nation, you will stare into the face of evil. In distant lands and (all too often) at home, you will witness the works of evil. If you personally have not already seen evil at work, you most assuredly will in your future.
                Evil. What else can you call it when helpless bound victims have their heads cut off, when people are burned to death in cages, and when airliners full of men, women, and children slam into buildings to murder thousands of other terrified civilians? This is the face of evil, and you must understand that you are a living shield of flesh and blood standing between evil and precious, inno­cent lives.
                If you believe in a force of evil, and who can deny it, then you are doomed in your battle if you do not also believe in a supe­rior force for good and apply that force for good in your daily life. There is a mighty, awesome force for good in this universe. He loves you, wants you to thrive, and will give you all that you need to triumph in this battle. Indeed, the presence of evil is solid proof of God and his holy forces of good. Consider what happens when the moon eclipses the sun. We cannot bear to look directly at the sun, but the darkness of the eclipse proves the presence of light. So, too, does the darkness of evil prove the presence of good.
                The opposite of love is not hate; it is evil. Evil is the absence of love, just as darkness is the absence of light. And God is love. God is love, and all love emanates from God. His love for us is infinite and beyond any earthly love that we can comprehend.
                As you put on our nation’s uniform and place your mortal body in peril, you must understand that no one does this job for the money. Love is what motivates us. Love for your nation, love for your way of life, love for your family, and love for your comrades. And love is what motivates God.
                "To live is Christ and to die is gain" (Philippians 1:21). Think about that. The world says, "Life is hard, then you die." But God says "to live" is to be "in Christ," which is an amazing life of love, joy, and peace. And "to die" is even better. Study those two options and decide now which one you would choose.
                Again, the opposite of love is evil, and hate is not necessarily bad. God tells us that there are things in this world that we should hate. Amos 5:15 affirms this in six of the most powerful words in the Bible: "Hate evil, love good; maintain justice." Merriam- Webster defines hate as: "intense hostility and aversion usually deriving from fear, anger, or sense of injury." We do not fear evil, for we are strengthened by God’s love, and we are told that "love drives out fear" (1 John 4:18). But we should have "intense hostility and aversion" toward evil. We should also have a sense of anger toward evil, and we do indeed have a "sense of injury," for we fully comprehend the great grievous injury that evil would inflict upon all that we love.
                In our book On Spiritual Combat, Adam Davis and I describe this mighty, epic, global battle against evil:
You can think of this like the United States during World War II. The entire nation was focused on winning that war. The farmer in the field and the clerk in the store were striving, working in their jobs with victory in mind. They bought war bonds. The students in school wrote letters to our troops, collected scrap metal, and bought "war sav­ing stamps." Every other citizen, everyone in between, accepted war rationing, and they all worked together for victory, leading ultimately to the troops in the front lines. All of them were part of a concerted effort to defend our nation and defeat our enemy.
                In the same way, every believer in Christ is part of a similar, vast endeavor, striving toward a single goal. In World War II we won, in large part, by killing the enemy. In this war, we win by saving lives!
                Our goal is to save lives, and you can think of "saving lives" spiritually and eternally like this: in the physical realm, one "ulti­mate evil" can undo a lifetime of good. No matter how many good deeds and wonderful works you have done, if you unlawfully, will­ingly, directly take the life of a single innocent person, then you will spend the rest of your life in prison or possibly face execu­tion. This one "ultimate bad" of murder will undo all the good in your life. And, in the world’s eyes, society often holds those who hunt down murderers in highest esteem. That is just the way the universe works.
                In the spiritual realm, one "perfect good" can undo a lifetime of bad. The "ultimate good" of Jesus’ sacrifice upon the cross to pay the price for our salvation saves us spiritually—eternally. That one perfect good undoes a lifetime of bad. Think about that: every bad act in our lives—past, present, and future—is forgiven if we accept the price that Jesus paid upon the cross. And in God’s eyes, those who save lives by bringing the gospel, the "good news" of salvation through Jesus, are held in highest esteem. That is the way the universe works.
                As you begin to work your way through this book, renew your­self daily with the amazing insight, deep wisdom, and powerful Scripture provided by my dear brothers, Adam and Chad.
                In my book On Combat, I introduced (and received a US Government trademark for) the concept of "sheepdog as a pro­tector." In On Spiritual Combat, Adam Davis and I took this model a step further, introducing the concept of "sheepdogs under the authority of the Great Shepherd." We are the hounds
of heaven—God’s faithful, loving, obedient sheepdogs. I love my master, the Great Shepherd. My love is all I have to give to him, and it is all he asks of me.
                Will Rogers said, "If you get to thinking you’re a person of some influence, try ordering somebody else’s dog around." Thus, when the evil one comes for you and yours, look him in the eye and tell him he has no power over you. Just tell him, "Hey dude, I’m not your dog." Read and rejoice daily in this book, my brothers and sisters in Christ—my fellow sheepdogs under the authority of the Great Shepherd!
Dave Grossman
Lt. Col. (ret.)
Author of On Killing, On Combat, Assassination Generation, and On Spiritual Combat

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