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Aug 2020

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PROUD TO SERVE!

When I served as a Chaplain in the United States Air Force and was deployed to Iraq in 2009—I was honored to serve with our soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines, and guardsmen and I was challenged by their sense of pride in volunteering to “serve.” The opportunity to serve our nation’s interests gave these military service...

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Jul 2020

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For Veterans: It’s A Tough Life

I’m continuing to discover how grateful I am for our nation’s veterans. These brave men and women who have given so much of themselves. It’s certainly difficult to know all that resides in the heart and soul of these “selfless servants” without the experience and knowledge of having walked in their shoes. Medical ...

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Jun 2020

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In Times of Adversity

Lately, we find ourselves talking a great deal about adversity. In light of our global healthcare crisis, it is certainly understandable that we would. COVID-19 has resulted in the world experiencing great adversity. For the past several weeks and months – we have been forced to isolate ourselves from family and friends. Life has ...

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May 2020

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Blessed are the Peacemakers

As I approached this Memorial Day 2020, I recall the many faces of the military service members I was privileged to serve with during my nearly 30 years as a military chaplain. As I pay tribute to all those who sacrificed their lives, I am reminded of the words of Jesus as recorded in the...

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Apr 2020

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Veterans Helping Veterans

As we endeavor to find our way in this ever changing landscape of COVID-19, we also continue our mission at Save A Veteran Today to discover new ways to save our nation’s Veterans. These men and women who have sacrificed much and yet, have also lost so much to include health, housing, transportation, resources, and...

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Nov 2019

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The Number of Homeless Vets in America

By: Leo Shane III, December 6, 2017 In January 2016, communities across America identified nearly 40,000 homeless veterans living in America.  The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) officials said that for the first time since 2010, the overall homeless population increased in America, up about 1 percent ...

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