We dream. We reach for the stars. Then, we experience an unexpected life event, perhaps an explosion that alters our path and forces us to reassess our goals. We desperately strive to get back to a safe place. To reenter a destiny of peace and purpose.
Starting with Apollo 11 in 1969, every Apollo mission was designed to get man to the moon. Every mission was successful, except Apollo 13. On April 13th, 1970, the Apollo 13 spacecraft experienced a devastating explosion in space. The Apollo 13 mission changed from putting man on the moon to getting man safely back to earth.
Against all odds the Apollo 13 mission reentered the earth’s atmosphere and made it safely back to earth. The journey back revealed 13 hidden gems, known to few people outside of NASA and Mission Control until now. The gems serve as a guide for how we can also find out way home after an explosion in life.
When tragedies, failures, and challenges impact our lives, ReEntry will provide stirring insights to light our path to hidden blessings, to inspire a stronger trust in God’s plan, and to safely guide us home.
John Wolfram –
Valuable insights of how to triumph over the unexpected. David Myers shares interesting stories that helped bring the Apollo 13 crew back to Earth safely after facing insurmountable odds. – John Wolfram, former Navy SEAL, frogman, and Apollo 11 rescue swimmer
Jody Wells –
Launching from the uplifting pages of God’s Word into the most dramatic moments of America’s space program, David Myers carries the reader through the peaks and valleys of daily life with practical hope. – Pastor Jody Wells, former NASA launch commentator
I want to thank you for your book. One of the members of your church gave my son a copy of your book. I was given the book to read from my son.
A couple of years ago he was on his bicycle and was hit by a truck and is currently in a rehabilitation center. He had severe trauma to the brain, broken ribs, ankle and is paralyzed on his left side. His memory is coming back very well and he is now trying to walk with a walker with the help of an aid. He recently read the book and was so inspired by it. Having grown up near the Space Center, he related very much to the happenings of the space program as an onlooker. He was very much inspired with the spiritual aspect of it as well.
My faith in God for him is never ending as I feel he is a victim of an unsuccessful failure, as you wrote in your book. I believe God is teaching him something wonderful for his life. Anyway I just want to say thank you and god bless you. When my son gets a little stronger he wants to go to your church and to meet you and so do I.