Author, motivational speaker and popular George W. Bush impersonator John Morgan asks, “What would you do if you were not afraid?” in his latest book, War on Fear, co-written with Joel Balin. War on Fear releases today, November 29, 2016, from Creation House.

Morgan is celebrating the new book with a combination physical and virtual War on Fear Launch Party beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET, tonight, November 29, 2016, at Metro Life Church, located at 910 S. Winter Park Drive in Casselberry, Florida (just outside of Orlando).During the event, Morgan will share from his heart about his personal battle with fear, and his determination to wage war against it. He will also perform his signature role as President George W. Bush, and he has some additional special surprises planned for fans as well.Fans who are unable to attend the event can still join in the festivities through Morgan’s War on Fear live Facebook event at 7:30 p.m. tonight, November 29, 2016, and everyone who attends the Virtual Launch Party will be eligible for a prize. For additional information about the War on Fear Launch Party or to join the live Facebook event, visit facebook.com/events/202277693512428/.

Morgan is passionate about the new book, and hopes it will help set people free from the fear that permeates our modern world.

“Imagine an army of men and women unafraid to pursue their dreams, obey God and love one another,” says Morgan. “One day it dawned on me that fear had kidnapped me, held me captive, and kept me from my heart’s desire. I got mad and declared war on fear. Then I looked around and saw chains of fear around my friends and loved ones everywhere. I knew I was called to fight for them, to fight with them. We will fight and win the war on fear.” Featuring a foreword by popular speaker and TV personality Alan Robertson (Duck Dynasty), War on Fear has already garnered praise from fans, the media and even the highest levels of the political arena.”John takes so many of the common things we fear and gives us great help in not only overcoming these enemies, but actually taking them and using them to gain strength and help others,” says Robertson. “I can tell you that if you follow John’s guide to overcoming fear and put into practice his very practical advice, you will be a more confident and positive person and you will be victorious in your war on fear.”

“John Morgan’s impersonation of President George W. Bush is so spot-on that he even fooled the CIA, who started taking orders from John,” says former governor and 2016 Presidential candidate, Mike Huckabee. “Wonderfully funny, yet respectful of the 43rd President, John Morgan has entertained millions, but there is a message in his madness, and he captures it in his book, War on Fear. From the time we’re tots, we face fears: fears of storms, the dark, and the ‘boogey man.’ While we may get over the fear of imaginary monsters, other fears linger. With authenticity and candor, John shares his own journey from fear to courage, to action. With his own flaming sword, John lights our way out of the dark.”

“This book is a sparkling gem,” adds Ron Forseth, vice president of Outreach Media. “If each of us could trade our fears for courage and peace of heart, it would be worth a million bucks. In War on Fear, John Morgan paves the way to make that very trade. Take hold of this gift and don’t let go.” 

“I am so excited to share this practical, powerful discovery with my readers,” declares Morgan. “We have been duped by a powerless foe. Now it’s time to take back what’s rightfully ours by birthright…Courage!”

For more information about Morgan and War on Fear, visit georgebushimpersonator.com or johncmorgan.com. Follow Morgan on Facebook (facebook.com/BushGuy) or Twitter (@bushguy).

Story Source: McCain & Co PR

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