The Courage To Stand

A New America

The Courage To Stand A New America

Dr. Neyland Is releasing a groundbreaking book, the Courage to Stand, A New America, that deals with the cutting edge issues facing America today. Imagine an America where the color of one’s skin no longer dominated our culture, but we were judged according to merit and character. This book addresses race relations, violence in America, self-defeat, criminal activity, religious freedom, and other social issues facing the nation, including a new way forward for America with realistic solutions.  Order your signed copy below today. You will not be disappointed.

All too often, America seems to respond across racial, religious, or political lines on many issues rather than on what is right, moral, legal, and ethical. A divided nation cannot stand, nor can one individual do everything by himself. It will take a nation coming together to stand. I believe that America is still strong, a leader of the free world, and capable of even greater accomplishments through a paradigm shift and through embracing one another in love and removing the antiquated race identification terms of “black” and “white” and recognizing that we are all Americans. Now is the time, America, to take a stand and make a change through addressing critical issues that we face as a nation.

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"Shon, this is an excellent discussion of the reason behind the hate. As you and I often discussed many years ago, as young Captains at OTS, when people begin comparing themselves to one another, its not the likeness, but the differences that seem to be magnified. Yet, it’s the strength of our differences that have made America great. As we begin to see ourselves as God sees us (in His image–in nature, character and behavior) we will recognize that our uniqueness is to be celebrated rather than despised. Truly, we can come together as one nation again, when we take the courage to esteem others higher than ourselves and seek to exalt each other through the uniting strength of our differences."

George Frazier | Pastor

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