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Moral Leadership

James "Jim" F. Linzey, D.D., of San Diego, California, is the CEO of Linzey Publishing House and an ordained Southern Baptist minister. He is the television host of "Operation Freedom," which has aired throughout Europe, the United States, and the Far East. He is the chief editor of the Modern English Version Bible translation. He is a former Air Force Chaplain and retired as an Army chaplain with the rank of Major. He was the first full time chaplain to serve as the Leader's Training Course chaplain in 2006 under the U.S. Army Cadet Command at Fort Knox, Kentucky. 
For about 15 years prior to publication, the author has used the material in Moral Leadership in educational and leadership seminars for diverse audiences in the United States Armed Forces (enlisted personnel and officers), corporate executives, pastors, and laity.  This book empowers everyone to be better leaders right where they are in the corporate world, in their families, or among their friends. The author defines and applies lessons on how to influence and direct people to accomplish the corporate mission, how to build relationships on the team, supervise, and lead by example.​​
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World War II: The Pacific Theatre of Operations--Coming Soon!

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James "Jim" F. Linzey, D.D., of San Diego, California, is the CEO of Linzey Publishing House and an ordained Southern Baptist minister. He is the television host of "Operation Freedom," which has aired throughout Europe, the United States, and the Far East. He is the chief editor of the Modern English Version Bible translation. He is a former Air Force Chaplain and retired as an Army chaplain with the rank of Major. He was the first full time chaplain to serve as the Leader's Training Course chaplain in 2006 under the U.S. Army Cadet Command at Fort Knox, Kentucky. 
World War II: The Pacific Theatre of Operations is a factual recounting of the war between the Allies and Japan. The focus is on the United States since she was attacked and accounted for most of the military strength among the Allies. Special emphasis is placed on Pearl Harbor where the Pacific theatre of operations began and what led up to this initial attack, and also on the battle of Midway since this was the most decisive battle in naval history, ultimately leading to the defeat of Japan. The author, Jim Linzey who is a retired Army officer, chaplain, historian, and lecturer on the battle of Midway, is the son of a World War II hero of the battle of Midway--Captain Stanford E. Linzey, Jr., USN (Ret.)

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A Christmas Truce--Coming Soon!

James "Jim" F. Linzey, D.D., of San Diego, California, is the CEO of Linzey Publishing House and an ordained Southern Baptist minister. He is the television host of "Operation Freedom," which has aired throughout Europe, the United States, and the Far East. He is the chief editor of the Modern English Version Bible translation. He is a former Air Force Chaplain and retired as an Army chaplain with the rank of Major. He was the first full time chaplain to serve as the Leader's Training Course chaplain in 2006 under the U.S. Army Cadet Command at Fort Knox, Kentucky. 
A Christmas Truce is the heart-warming story of how Christian German soldiers and Christian American soldiers escaped death in freezing temperature amidst starvation during the battle of the bulge. On Christmas Eve of 1944, a German Christian mother and her son gave refuge to several American soldiers, one of whom was shot by a German solider in the line of duty. Unexpectedly, German soldiers showed up at the same cabin minutes apart, seeking refuge. The mother made peace between both sides as they celebrated the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. One of the German soldiers saved the life of the wounded American. 

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USS Yorktown at Midway

Stanford E. Linzey, Jr., D.Min, (1920 to 2010), from McAllen, Texas, was a Southern Baptist theologian, having matriculated at Linda Vista Baptist College (now Southern California Seminary), and the American Baptist Seminary of the West. Maintainging Baptist perspectives, he became the first Active Duty Assembly of God Navy chaplain and the first to attain the rate of Captain. he was a war hero and survivor of the Battle of Midway in World War II. At the height of his ministry, he gave the invocation behind the Seal of the President of the United States when President George W. Bush spoke at the 60th Anniversary of the Japanese Surrender in World War II.
USS Yorktown at Midway is the account by World War II hero and survivor, Stanford Linzey, of victory and then survival at the battle of Midway. Seaman First Class Linzey was aradio operator and first clarinetist in the US Navy Band aboard the USS Yorktown during the infamous battle. He tells with historical accuracy how Yorktown, the state of the art aircraft carrier that was damaged in the previous battle of the Coral Sea, played a crucial role at Midway, without which the battle would have been lost. Interwoven in the account are chilling stories of life and death experiences he relays about others, how they survived--or died--along with the prospect of himself being killed and the agonizing spearation and reunion with his dear wife--crusade evangelist and teleivison host Verna Hall Linzey who later, with Stan built the largest Sunday school program in the US Navy after he became a Navy chaplain.
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