Category Archives: service

John’s story–Our story

Over the past year were involved in a Bible study on MacDill AFB. It has been such a blessing to be back in fellowship with military families and we were blessed to have graduates of three service academies and representatives … Continue reading

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“The Unknown Soldiers” Blog

“The Unknown Soldiers is a blog by Tom Sileo, an award-winning journalist who worked in newsrooms for eight years.  He is a nationally syndicated columnist and communications director at the Travis Manion Foundation. Tom’s weekly newspaper column, also titled ‘The … Continue reading

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Roadtrip: Maxwell Air Force Base

Last weekend Rick and I took a trip to Montgomery, Alabama to represent  Military Ministry at a Weekend to Remember conference.  We were invited to attend because of the high number of military families that would be represented at the conference; … Continue reading

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What kind of Promise is this?

I’m taking a class again. I’m required to take Bible or seminary classes to be on staff with Military Ministry/Cru.  Right now I am taking an online Old Testament Survey course, taught by Dr. Mark Futato from Reformed Seminary. Sometimes … Continue reading

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I hear cheering!

We almost didn’t attend. It was Saturday night and we were heading down to Colorado Springs to visit with old friends, the Exners. We thought we’d skip out of Campus Crusade’s 60th Anniversary celebration at Moby Gym and arrive at … Continue reading

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The Church Parking Lot

While Rick and I  drove to church on Sunday morning, we noticed the weather rapidly changing.  The warm sunny morning was quickly becoming overcast and the wind was picking up and the temperature was dropping.  We were visiting a new … Continue reading

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