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Latoya Lucas, USA, “in 2003, just one month after the initial invasion, Latoya deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.  She was severely wounded carrying out a supply mission in Iraq.  The wounds that she suffered earned her the Purple Heart Medal. After enduring a four month hospitalization, and a subsequent two year rehabilitation.” Latoya Lucas is the author of The Immeasurable Spirit: Lessons of a Wounded Warrior about Faith and Perseverance.

According to the book description of The Immeasurable Spirit: Lessons of a Wounded Warrior about Faith and Perseverance, it “was written with the personal insight and experience of a person who has faced and overcome tremendous adversity. Latoya Lucas brings us face to face with our inner selves while simultaneously sharing her experiences of perseverance and faith even after suffering severe wounds from her service with the U.S. Army in Iraq. Why is it that some people are able to overcome their fears and persevere through life s adversities? By reading Latoya s story, you will come to understand how a person with faith and determination could rely on that faith when tested during an unbelievable hardship. In The Immeasurable Spirit, Latoya explains that we all have the capability to be resilient, especially when we reach out to God for his wisdom and strength. Latoya encourages readers to seek out the often difficult task of rehabilitating and strengthening the mind and spirit. Command Sergeant Major Terrance McWilliams, US Army Retired and Former 1st Army Division West and Fort Carson Command Sergeant Major says about The Immeasurable Spirit, "There have been many stories written about female experiences in combat, this is the first that focuses on how faith and family values persevere.”

The Immeasurable Spirit: Lessons of a wounded warrior about faith and perseverance
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