Libertarian educator Tom Woods famously quipped that “no matter who you vote for you end up with John McCain.” Unfortunately Woods was proven right for about the thousandth time this past week, as Washington, D.C. again showed us that it is all about war. First, we learned that if Joe Biden ends up in the […]

I spent more than three decades serving men and women in the U.S. Armed Services as an Army chaplain. It’s an incredibly unique role in the military—being a spiritual guide to those who might face trauma, death, and devastation in their day-to-day “job” as selfless protectors of the freedom of our nation. I witnessed time […]

The United States of America came into existence unlike any other nation in history—through the ratification of a document drafted by representatives of “We the People.” Brilliant solutions to the trials and errors of countless prior generations were embodied in that brief document. The rule of law replaced the rule of men. All citizens were […]

Curt Cizek served as a chaplain at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, in 2013. What happened during his time there would alter his military career and life forever. The former Army Infantry officer preached a sermon against sexual sin per his christian beliefs, including not having sex with somebody you’re not married […]

Otis Corbitt says years ago, God put a passion for soldiers in his heart. And over the years, he has seen God’s purpose in that. For the past three years, he has served as senior chaplain for the Alabama Army National Guard, and in September 2019, he got promoted to full colonel. In those roles, […]

Saluting “the sons and daughters of America” serving in the U.S. Armed Forces, Mary Gray said she is compelled to minister to military wives and families as they each “share their loved one with the world.” One practical expression of Gray’s commitment is her involvement in the annual Military Wives Retreat hosted by Woman’s Missionary […]


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