Signalman Publishing Announces Release of Dust Thou Art by Navy Captain Stew Fisher with Foreword from Coach John Wooden

Top Quote In this second inspirational book from U.S. Navy Captain Stew Fisher, Stew reflects on the questions we all have about "what it means to be human and why are we here". "Dust Thou Art: Finding God, Happiness, and Fulfillment" is now available. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 17, 2014 - Signalman Publishing is proud to announce the release in paperback and as an ebook for the Amazon Kindle and the Barnes & Noble Nook, of "Dust Thou Art: Finding God, Happiness, and Fulfillment" by R. Stewart Fisher of Camarillo, California and Trenton, Michigan.

    In this inspirational book based on a lifetime of personal experiences along with studying the great leaders of history, U.S. Navy Captain and former Commanding Officer Stew Fisher lays out his thoughts on success and its meaning, the power of gratitude, aging gracefully, and finally God's greatest Gift: His Son, Jesus. Stew ties important, life-concepts together into a coherent and inspiring book that will endure because of the timeless values. Legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden, who wrote the Foreword before he passed away, had this to say about "Dust Thou Art":

    "In his latest book, Stew explores the soul-searching questions man has asked since he first walked upright and goes on to examine his relationship to a loving God. It is a deep and insightful look at what it means to be human and why we are here.

    He reminds us that there is a wonderful purpose for our existence, but it cannot be fulfilled without a strong connection to Almighty God. Disconnected from Him, 'we are nothing more than dust.' But in concert with Him, we can achieve the greatness He intended for each of us."

    John McClure, president of Signalman Publishing, states, "I re-read a section of Dust Thou Art every day because it gives me inspiration to ponder the deeper meaning of life and the work we do. It has been an honor and a pleasure to be a part of this important book which I am confident that all readers will enjoy."

    Dust Thou Art (ISBN: 978-1-940145-28-0, Trade Paper, 168 pages, $12.99, Non-Fiction/Personal Growth) from book publisher Signalman, is available wherever fine books are sold.

    About R. Stewart Fisher
    Stew is a 1971 cum laude graduate of the Naval Academy. He retired from the Navy as a Captain in 1998 after 31 years of service spanning the Vietnam War and Desert Storm. He led a helicopter combat search and rescue/special operations squadron in Desert Storm working with Navy SEAL teams and later commanded 2000 men and women at Naval Air Stations Pt. Mugu, Lemoore, and China Lake, California. He has received numerous awards including the Air Medal, Legion of Merit, Presidential Unit Citation, Meritorious Service Medal, and Navy Commendation Medal. He attended the Industrial College of the Armed Forces in Washington, D.C., and served in the Secretary of the Navy's Total Quality Leadership Office. He authored and taught many of the Navy's quality and leadership courses and was a Strategic Planning Instructor/Facilitator.

    In his civilian career, Stew has developed "The Lighthouse: Advanced Leadership Seminar." It explores the secrets of great leaders, past and present. Stew is also an FAA flight instructor in both fixed-wing and helicopter aircraft, and a black belt in the martial art of Aikido. He lives in Camarillo, California, and Trenton, Michigan, with his wife, Yolanda.

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