After being on the brink of suicide induced by years of PTSD from fighting in Iraq with the Marines, a series of supernatural interventions saved Mike Liguori’s life. His military service and deployments to a war zone were not by accident. 

He had engaged and often ran away from his enemies long before and after the war within the shadow of his past. 

His most recent book, The Road Ahead and Miles Behind: A Story of Healing and Redemption Between Father and Son chronicles the story of a cross-country road trip taken during the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic with one of the darkest shadows of his past, his relationship with his father.


A story of a cross-country road trip taken during the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Road Ahead and Miles Behind, shares the intricate yet beautiful nature between a father and son looking to reconcile their differences and amend a challenging past. 

The Road Ahead and Miles Behind is full of inspiring moments and perspectives that demonstrate the healing power of hard conversations with those you love. It’s a story that will remind you it’s never too late to have something with your parents.


  • The Healing Power of Tough Conversations
  • Creating Your Future Through Healing Your Past 
  • It’s Never Too Late to Have Something with Your Parents


  • When you learn to understand who your parents were before you were born, you learn who your parents are, as people
  • Time is the most precious commodity we have, especially with our parents.
  • If you have a difficult past with your parents, then accepting your parents starts with accepting yourself.
  • You’ll stop worrying about things and wanting them when you realize you can’t understand God and the universe.
  • Never forget that your parents always want to be a part of your life. Even if you don’t need them, they still need you.

Veteran’s Day (November 11) 

  • Mike can talk about his experience being a veteran and how he overcame PTSD. 
  • Having Faith is a huge component of being an entrepreneur and living life.
  • You don’t have to have anything figured out. Just get on the bus and it’ll all play out.