Almost all of us know someone who had been deployed to Vietnam. But most of the veterans don't want to talk about their Vietnam experiences. So, for me, this is the first realistic, packed-with-details account of what daily life was like in Vietnam that I've ever heard. You will enjoy Lost Behind Enemy Lines: A Vietnam Veteran's True Story of Survival and the Revelation of Physical and Spiritual Warfare, a firsthand description of the reality of being in the "infantry boots on the ground" of Danny Clifford, a US Army Ranger Team Leader in Vietnam, on a mission behind enemy lines.
Here, in Danny Clifford's Who Do You Say I Am?, we encounter The Luckiest Journalist in the History of the World. His assignment is to interview none other than the Son of God himself - Jesus Christ. Clifford's engaging style draws the listener in, and the book becomes a sort of "Let me explain what went on behind the scenes and set the record straight" opportunity for Jesus to clarify - in plain, everyday language - some of the deepest, most enduring mysteries of all time: His own life and mission.