Concerned; But Not Consumed&
Detroit Police Department, Homicide Detective Sergeant, Ron Sanders, was riding high on a series of successful murder confessions murder, warrants and convictions--one case in particular was a serial killer who had caused great trepidation in the lives of Detroit and Higland Park residents. Ron was tough, admired and respected throughout the department and his community. Everything was going well for him, and getting better each day. Promoted several times during his career, he was in the prime of his life and at the top of his game. Ron was rising from local notoriety to national fame. He was well on his way to leaving behind the local scene and heading to Hollywood. But then everything came to a crashing halt. The fame, fortune and accolades disappeared in an instant. Detective Sergeant Sanders went from cracking cases, to picking up the pieces of his broken life overnight.
In Concerned but not Consumed, Ron Sanders shares his victorious journey of rebuilding his life after a severe and devastating stroke. A condition that would change his life as he once knew it, forever. Ron shares how God used the challenges he faced to take his life to a new level in Him. Ron moved from isolation, hopelessness and depression in the wake of the debilitating stroke to to finding love, peace, joy and abundant life.
It is Ron s sincere prayer and desire to acknowledge the Lord in all we do. His book teaches us that it is okay to be concerned with our well being, but not consumed by worldly lust. Ron shows you how to appreciate God in the little things and not take for granted the everyday blessings of life.
Soft Cover, Perfect Bound, 94 Pages
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Ron Sanders is a 23 year decorated, retired veteran, Detroit Police Department Homicide Detective Sergeant. He retired two years short of his 25th anniversary, due to a duty-disability stroke. During his 23 year career as a Detroit Police Officer, he worked several sections within the Detroit Police Department. Those sections included, Uniformed Precinct Patrol, City-wide Plainclothes Enforcement, Special Detail, with the Michigan State Attorney General's Office and Wayne County Task Force, Detroit Police, Internal Affairs Section, Uniformed Patrol Supervision, and the Homicide Section. While in his police career, Ron experienced at least fifteen (15) near-death experiences. He calls hem Miracles and shares them throughout this book.
Ron currently lives in a NW suburb of Detroit. He is married and has 3 adult children and 8 grandchildren. Although The stroke has left him with an intelligible speech problem and the use of a walker (for balance), there is no other paralysis. He is able to do his own grocery shopping, banking, and has completed the process of driver's training. Ron enjoys spending time with his supportive family and belonging to a fantastic church, with a very dynamic teaching pastor.
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Book Description Zoe Life Publishing, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1934363812
Book Description Zoe Life Publishing, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 94 pages. 8.20x5.30x0.40 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 1934363812
Book Description Zoe Life Publishing, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111934363812