“To restore the brokenhearted through Christ, to build leaders of leaders to rise up from the ashes; they will be called Mighty Oaks of Righteousness.”
Our mission is to operate on a standing commitment to reach the brokenhearted, with a specific calling to assist our nation’s military Warriors and families find a new life purpose through a hope in Christ, after enduring hardship through their service to America.Learn More
The Mighty Oaks Warrior journey begins with an intensive peer-based program for men, women, and couples. Through instructional sessions, camaraderie, and team building activities, our programs teach Warriors to overcome the past experience and move forward into a life of purpose.
Our weekly Outposts meetings are open to local Warriors and Mighty Oaks Warrior Alumni for support, healing, and camaraderie. These meetings aim to support each other as the members continue to grow and face challenges pre or post programs and is essentially our program aftercare and accountability. Outposts are run by Mighty Oaks Program Instructors and are in a strategic partnership with partner churches for support and quality supervision.
Our qualified speakers inspire and motivate by sharing their intense, personal stories of their own journey toward leading a purposeful life, which they were able to achieve by their experiences through Mighty Oaks Programs and coming into alignment with who God created them to be. Speakers will travel to your location to bring hope and inspiration.
Upcoming Mighty Oaks Speaking Events
Chad and Kathy Robichaux, and Chris Carlisle
August 30, 2015 / Joshua Springs Calvary Chapel - Yucca Valley, CA
Lt. General W. Boykin US Army (Ret.) with MOWP Founder, Chad Robichaux
October 9, 2015 / 1st Annual Mighty Oaks Warriors Gala - Manassas, VA
Lt. General W. Boykin US Army (Ret.) with Emcee David Barton of Wall Builders
October 16, 2015 / 5th Annual Mighty Oaks Warriors Gala - Houston, TX
- Did you know that 23 Veterans took their lives today? And yesterday... and the day before.
- Did you know that the divorce rate among Combat Veteran Families is over 80%?