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Keep Putting One Foot in Front of the Other Have you ever felt like giving up? Many of us experience struggle, pain, and loss, and it can be hard to know what to do next. Yet when we are confronted with obstacles or hardship, God is there with us and will provide us with a way forward. We must simply take the first step. In The Long Road to Blessed, author Michael Williams shares the unbelievable roller coaster of events that shaped his life. While struggling to find his place in a confusing world, he made many mistakes and suffered many losses. Yet he overcome tremendous adversity to raise…mehr

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Keep Putting One Foot in Front of the Other Have you ever felt like giving up? Many of us experience struggle, pain, and loss, and it can be hard to know what to do next. Yet when we are confronted with obstacles or hardship, God is there with us and will provide us with a way forward. We must simply take the first step. In The Long Road to Blessed, author Michael Williams shares the unbelievable roller coaster of events that shaped his life. While struggling to find his place in a confusing world, he made many mistakes and suffered many losses. Yet he overcome tremendous adversity to raise his family in a better way than he was taught. Even in our most difficult moments, God is there for us, and he often uses what we have been through to help others learn from our experiences. Hardships can break us if we allow it, but when we find something positive and rewarding to invest our time into, we can have faith and the determination to stay true to ourselves and to the plan that God has set out in our lives. Every great journey begins with one step forward.
Autorenporträt
Michael Williams served fourteen years of a twenty-six year Air Force career as an aerial photographer, of which eleven were spent supporting Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) programs over military test ranges in Utah and New Mexico. As one of five Air Force flight test photographers documenting Department of Defense (DoD) inflight weapon systems tests from 1989 to 1995, he developed new techniques and technologies to capture data more efficiently, and helped advance our nation's air power for today and tomorrow.