Lessons Learned in Iraq

April 10, 2003 was the day that the First Battalion Fifth Marines secured Saddam Hussein’s presidential palace in the city of Baghdad, Iraq.  A lot of time has passed since then, but the events of that day will never be forgotten by those that were there.  I was privileged to have been a part of …Read More


Redemption Story: A Wife’s Second Chance

It was not Iris’s idea to attend a Mighty Oaks Women’s Program.  In fact, she was going through a divorce and the last thing she wanted to do was help her husband by attending a “program”.  She was checked out.  Done.  Ready to move on from the pain and hurt that had taken the place …Read More


The Effects Spiritual Resiliency The Clovers

Val Clover had accepted that her husband, Jason, was an angry man.  She learned to walk on eggshells to not entice him to anger and to fight back when his anger erupted.  Her selfishness fueled her defensiveness igniting an anger in herself.  This became her normal.  Her marriage resembled roommates who didn’t get along and …Read More


Path To Resiliency Endorsements

Path to Resiliency was written to challenge the greatest of Warriors, whether military or civilian, man or woman… to be ready for, resilient to, and able to reintegrate from life’s trials and rigors.    You don’t have to go to Iraq or Afghanistan to the face hardships and trails of life, military service member or not, …Read More


Mighty Oaks Book Release! Path To Resiliency

Chad Robichaux and Jeremy Stalnecker are excited to announce the release of their new book, “The Path to Resiliency”, and are so honored by the foreword included by Major General Bob Dees, US Army (Retired), Author of The Resilience Trilogy and Founder of the Institute for Military Resilience, Liberty University. The Path to Resiliency was …Read More


A Letter From Chad – Something to Celebrate!

Friends and Supporters, As we approach the end of the year, it is exciting to reflect on some of the amazing accomplishments of how we have been able to serve our Veterans and active Warriors in 2016. We will close the year having run 24 of our Legacy Programs at our ranches and have reached …Read More


The Killing Pool

The work I am privileged to do at Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs allows me to see the heart of our Military Warriors, understand why they served, and what the cost of freedom means to them.  I think it is fair to say that the right to vote and take part in the process of who …Read More


The Kunath’s Story – Restoration and Purpose

Branden Kunath was back from his 7th deployment as a Marine Infantry Unit Leader and needed to figure out his transition to his next duty assignment.  With untreated medical injuries sustained from combat deployments looming over his head and compromising his career with the Marine Corps he was frustrated and angry.  He came home already …Read More


A Vietnam Vet Serves The Next Generation Of War Veterans

Greg Izor is a Vietnam Vet who has served by ministering to Veterans for over 25 years.  However, ministry was getting a bit dry for him as he felt God calling him towards the “new”.  This became abundantly clear to him when he went to an event and saw Chad Robichaux speak.  He watched as …Read More


Why We Serve. Matt’s Story.

There is a reason Matt Heidt comes back to serve at Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs time and time again. He explains it like this, “When I am serving at Mighty Oaks I get to see what is possible as men’s lives take a dramatic turn for the better. God does something amazing that changes everything. …Read More