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Grace Should be Given, Not Just Received

A few weeks ago I was running late for a meeting. Even though it was an important meeting I wasn’t worried about my tardiness because I knew why it had happened. It was my intention to get there on time and I even left the house with more than enough margin to make it...

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Grace Should be Given, Not Just Received

Patrol Forward

There is a well-documented suicide epidemic amongst the veteran community. One of the many challenges that veterans face coming home, in addition to physical injuries, PTSD, TBI, moral injury and other war inflicted damage, is the loss of a sense of purpose in their...

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Patrol Forward

He Has New Mercies for Us Every Day

The new day arrives; whatever that looks like for you, and you sit up in your bed, shake the cobwebs off and begin to think about your upcoming day.  Do you look at the day as something to be dreaded?  Perhaps, as you sit up, you begin to remember that there...

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He Has New Mercies for Us Every Day

Hearts of Stone Became Hearts of Flesh

One would think, maybe even assume, that conducting Legacy Program after Legacy Program all year long would become routine. Same thing, different faces. Well, there is the fact that our Legacy Program curriculum is standardized across all four sites and most of our...

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Hearts of Stone Became Hearts of Flesh

National Training Center Grand Opening

The month of June was special for Mighty Oaks Foundation. On June 10th, Mighty Oaks held a ribbon cutting event to celebrate the official grand opening of our new headquarters and National Training Center in Southern California. It was a great day to celebrate all...

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National Training Center Grand Opening

Leave It Better Than You Found It

Growing up, my dad had some “signature moves.” Every Sunday, as the family hastily piled into the car to head to church, it didn’t matter if we were going to be early, on time, or late. He’d get in the car (usually last), start the engine, get out and drag the garden...

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Leave It Better Than You Found It