Sherman Bishop’s newly released “It Takes Two” is a moving story of faith, family and trust in God’s plan that explores the author’s military career and beyond.

“It Takes Two”: a sincere autobiographical work. “It Takes Two” is the creation of published author Sherman Bishop, a loving husband who grew up in Cloverdale, Virginia, a small town northeast of Roanoke in southwestern Virginia. After high school, he joined the Air Force and retired after twenty-two years

Bishop shares, “This story is about Sherman from its beginnings to the present day. It started with his career in the Air Force, his first girlfriend, and then the search for his relationship with God, which structured his life and led him to meet his first wife. It also includes their trips to the military and raising two children. In 1980 Sherman lost his first wife of fourteen. The loss was devastating and nearly cost him his life. After six months, he met his second wife, got married and adopted his two children. As a team, they completed his Air Force career and worked in the ministry while stationed in Austin, Texas. After his retirement, he, his wife and four children returned to San Antonio and started another church work. Through trials and difficult experiences, it would take two committed people with a relationship with God and a dedication to each other to make this journey.

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Sherman Bishop’s new book explores life’s challenges and victories, from the loss of a beloved wife to rebuilding and the future.

Bishop shares an encouraging message of hope in the pages of this celebration of a life lived in faith.

Consumers can purchase “It Takes Two” at traditional bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes Store or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or inquiries about “It Takes Two,” contact Christian Faith Publishing’s Media Department at 866-554-0919.

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