Veteran Suicide & The New Tragic Number

A New Tragic Number

Today’s veteran suicide number isn’t 22. It’s 75! Maybe you are getting tired or burned out on the Veteran Suicide topic. Don’t! It’s not over, and the fight is still on. 22 is the number that everyone throws around related to veteran suicide. The latest report by the Veterans Administration says 20…. whatever it is …

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The Corporate World, Men, & The First Steps to Finding God’s Purpose

Corporate World by Mike Sanders

Consider what the corporate world has found to be true about purpose: People who embrace purpose are 51 percent more likely to develop strong relationships. People who value purpose are 54 percent more likely to report high levels of well-being. Teams that work with purpose are more effective than those without it. People who value purpose …

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Walker County Warrior Banquet – Recap

Thank You - Walker County Warrior Banquet

The Walker County Warrior Banquet held annually in Huntsville, TX is a fantastic display of the best of America. Approximately 800 folks from the community come together to share a meal, hear from speakers and raise money to sponsor Mighty Oaks sessions for men and women. This year, in addition to hearing from Mighty Oaks …

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A Hero Stands For Our Flag

A Hero Stands for Our Flag - Mighty Oaks Blog Post

We want to take the time to introduce a hero to you; her name is Celeste Barber. She is a former college professor who decided to take a stand for America and freedom. She proudly lifted the flag high as she recited the Pledge of Allegiance. Not a huge deal, right? Well, she did it …

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Will you be my valentine?

Will You Be My Valentine? By Jamie Warner

The party poppers have long since popped, and the remnants of the New Year’s celebrations cleaned up. Resolutions have been crafted, begun, attempted, and in many cases already abandoned. The NFL playoffs are a part of history, and the Super Bowl is just around the corner. A thrilling time of year for many, to be …

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Casting Stones | A Blog on Change

Casting Stones by Jamie Warner

Organizations, like people, change over time. They become older. They become, hopefully, wiser. They grow, prune, sprout, regroup, reorganize, and regain momentum. We can resist change, and we can embrace change. But regardless, sprinkled throughout our periods of “normalcy” are seasons of change. Mighty Oaks Foundation has changed. As an organization we’ve grown in size …

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Treating PTSD with Spirituality

Graphic for Spirituality and PTSD

In the world we live in veterans who come back from war are still fighting on a daily basis. Not with a physical enemy but they are in combat with post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms. Learning to live with this burden can cause a lot of damage in an individuals life. Treating PTSD is a topic …

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Sponsoring Organizations

By John Mizerak – Mighty Oaks Foundation is always blessed to have other organizations donate time and money to our amazing cause.  At the end of 2018, we were honored to be presented a check for $4000 from the Rogue Chapter #1260 of the (NCOA) Non-Commissioned Officers Association.  The NCOA was founded in 1960 in …

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2019 Program Schedule

By John Mizerak – We are looking forward to maintaining our momentum as we step into the 2019 program year!  The schedule for this year’s programs is now on our website, so be sure and apply today. Our 2019 goal is to see 750 more Warriors go through our projected 30 programs this year, taking …

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Walker County Warrior Banquet

Walker County Warrior Banquet

We cannot wait for the 10th annual Walker County Warrior Banquet at the Walker County Fairgrounds in Huntsville, Texas. We are grateful to have Sgt. Maj. Carlton Kent, who is a recipient of the General Gerald C. Thomas Award for Inspirational Leadership, as the keynote speaker at this event. Join us for a great night …

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