You served our great nation with pride, integrity and bravery defending our freedom. You sacrificed your time, your efforts, your health and even your life. Our debt can never be repaid. Thank you for your service. Having served in the military as you know has had its ups, its downs, its good times and its bad. All throughout your dedicated service you may have had friends and family that supported you, that had your six and that reached out to you in times of need. Perhaps you were alone. Perhaps you felt lost, out of place and even afraid. There is a reason you are a Veteran whether you are where you want to be or not. Whether you served a two-year enlistment or a 20 plus year retirement career transitioning from the military to the civilian sector has its challenges. Of all the transitional factors such as moving, relocation, career change, additions to the family and undecidedness of future endeavors one factor of transitioning that is always for certain is that God has always had a plan for you. He has always been there in your life even if you had acknowledged it or not. Our Lord and Savior never left your side.
When is it your time to be free? When is it your time to know where you should be if you don’t know already? What are God’s plans for you now? And even if you feel you know the answer just how certain are you? Romans 8:28 – And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose. Are you facing difficulties now? Are you facing struggles that challenged you while you served or even challenge you now? Where do you see yourself next year, in five years, ten or at 20 years? Our ministry had the deepest desire to help point you to the right direction and it all begins with God. We are here to help you lead a life with Christ and teach you how to wear The Armor of God. We are here as Veterans ourselves as true brothers in Christ for you. You served our country now it’s time to be a warrior for Christ. It’s time to serve Him. It’s time to be free of your burdens and hand it to God.
Psalm 16:10 “Be still and know that I am God.”