David Parsons, Presented by Priority Associates at Austin Country Club
published on November 2, 2011
Theologian Lewis B. Smedes once said, “To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was you.” Though David Parsons was never a prisoner in the literal sense, events that happened during his time in the military left him a prisoner of a war filled with false accusations, ruined reputations, and a devastated career. Parsons is now free from the negativity and bondage that was holding him back as a person, and he wants to share his story.
While a combat pilot in Vietnam, Parsons exceled at his job, earning three Top Gun awards and flying 450 combat sorties during the Vietnam War. After the war, he became a highly successful Air Force surgeon. That’s when the trouble started, and false accusations were made against him. His life was ruined, and he spiraled into years of anger and frustration, until he was finally able to find peace and forgiveness. Parsons made it to the other side of a truly life-altering incident.
If you’d like to hear his story and learn how he embarked on a spiritual quest that left him with “a life of giving and selflessness,” you’ll want to join Priority Associates presenting Parsons at Austin Country Club on November 11 from 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
At 4408 Long Champ Drive, Austin Country Club is conveniently located near the Davenport Ranch and Rob Roy subdivisions and has wonderful facilities. The speech is only $20 if you register online, $25 at the door, and includes breakfast. Please register by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, November 8.
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