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Long hours on the road. Miles away from home. The life of a trucker man or woman can be paved with not only literal toll roads but also the unforgiving tolls of everyday life. Nevertheless, somebody has to do this job. Food, medicine, and school supplies don't magically appear on the shelvesalthough that would be nice, wouldn't it?Author Byron Stinson knows the struggles of trucking life. He knows the frustration of everyday drivers who quaintly forget that they are cutting off an 80,000-pound road behemoth. He has dealt with the highway troopers who have come to hassle him about his logbook while he slept in his cabin. He has experienced just about every physical hill and valley, yet he has experienced those spiritual hills and valleys as well. This book is geared for the trucker who may find the payloads of his career weighing him down at times. Together with his cousin and coauthor, John W. Turner, Jr., they detail the stories of their lifestories that are sure to invoke sentiments that are common to any trucker. Both men speak from experience. Not only have they walked the walk of the trucking life but they can also talk the talk. Life as a trucker can seem futile at times. You pick up freight in this location and take it to that location. Rinse, wash, and repeat. But life is not futile. Far from it! Life has a deep and meaningful purpose. And just as there is a manual for about every piece of equipment on your rig, there is also a manual for life. That manual is God's Word. Authors Byron and John point to that source of instruction and show how it should be the only navigation for the trucker's life. They detail how God's Living Word guided them through the darkest depths of their own regrets and point to the redemptive nature of the most important load any trucker should carry: the cross of Jesus Christ.