Meet Author Terry R. Tuley at Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park

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Date: March 18, 2016
Contact: Marie Maquar, 706-866-9287

Fort Oglethorpe, GA: Eastern National, a partner to the National Park Service, would like to invite you to meet author Terry Tuley Saturday, March 26, 2016 inside the Visitor Center at Chickamauga Battlefield.Tuley will be available beginning at 10:00 a.m. to sign his book Battlefields &Blessings: Stories of Faith and Courage from the Civil War.

The period from 1861 –1865 proved to be one of the greatest periods of trial and suffering in our nation's history.When the prospect of war became a reality, the average age of a soldier was twenty-two.To an inspiring young man who was bored with "life on the farm," the romanticism and exhilaration of battle was an allurement that soon tried the faith and physical stamina of all who crossed war's threshold.The threat of losing life and limb from a hailstorm of bullets and shrapnel was compounded by the ever-present danger of dysentery and all sorts of diseases with little means for treatment.In spite of these frustrating circumstances, many of the soldiers found great consolation and relief through prayer and reading the Bible.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:Terry R.Tuley is a Graduate of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY.He has an interest in Military History with a focus on the Civil War.Tuley's book, Battlefields and Blessings: Stories of Faith and Courage from the Civil War was nominated for the Golden Medallion Award in 2006 and was favorably reviewed by the Washington Post. Tuley was interviewed by Janet Parshall on Janet Parshall's America as well as Moody Radio at the Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield.His book was distributed to our troops in Iraq by country music singer and friend, Mark Wills.Currently Tuley resides in Chattanooga, TN with his wife Jill. They have three children and four grandchildren.

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