We settled down for the night in our quickly dug foxholes
. Toward dawn we were awakened and shaken by two quick shots.
Create more foxholes
. Continually cultivate ways for people to work together for a common good.
Now we are talking about faith that goes beyond foxholes
and insurance policies.
Bolney Estate's Foxhole
Pinot Noir 2013 was England's stand-out red at the IWC gaining a silver.
I want to talk about one of those metaphorical foxholes
. I want to talk about how, in the depths of it, my atheism and humanism didn't dry up; instead they supported me and helped carry me through.
Muller, an Army private, and two other men had taken refuge in a foxhole
during the 82-day land and naval battle for Okinawa in 1945, a crucial step toward what commanders believed would be an invasion of Japan.
Because enemy shelling could be constant for six or seven days at a time, Soldiers were reluctant to leave their foxholes
. Schuchert remembered that they would take turns leaving their shelter to fill the canteens of those who stayed in the foxhole
God in the Foxhole
is a very interesting and unique gathering of personal accounts of faith under fire from the American Civil war to the Iraq/Afghanistan conflict.
"When you're in the foxhole
with somebody, and there are incoming mortars, that breeds a certain closeness because nobody else can appreciate what you're going through," Spitzer added.
Although this experience carries both the vividness and dangers of a "foxhole
account," it was a rather unusual foxhole
"It's like we're in a foxhole
and I'm facing the other way.
"I think it's time to get into the foxhole
and be ready to withstand a very, very critical moment," said Aguirre, a Harvard-educated lawyer and ex-ambassador to the United States.