Indivisible: The Movie

By John Mizerak – The Mighty Oaks Foundation is thrilled to share with you a film opening in theaters nationwide on October 26th.  Mighty Oaks promotes entertainment that tells stories that inspire people of faith, our military community, and ideas that are core to our mission and that is why we have agreed to promote …

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Jesus Wants 100% of Us

By Jeff Lardizabal – It’s been a year since graduating Mighty Oaks Men’s Legacy Program at Bull Run in Virginia, and it’s been a great year!  Thank you MOWP for all you’ve done for veterans and first responders, and their families, by making a safe place for them to come home, in Christ.  My own …

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Happy Birthday to the Navy!

October 13 marks the birthday of the U.S. Navy, which traces its roots back to the early days of the American Revolution. On October 13, 1775, the Continental Congress established a naval force, hoping that a small fleet of privateers could attack British commerce and offset British sea power. Get up-to-date Navy news, videos, equipment profiles, …

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Out of the Wasteland

By Jamie Warner – Life has a way of beating us down. Parents, siblings, kids, relatives, friends, bosses, coworkers, acquaintances, people we meet on the street, work, “recreation” … life. It can be overwhelming much of the time. Throw in the traumatic events that come with living life. Mix in some combat or first responder …

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Mighty Oaks Goes International

By Chad Robichaux – The week in Peru was incredible. With almost a dozen engagements the Mighty Oaks team spoke to military members from privates to generals, government officials, athletes, churches and the incarcerated. The team shared to a wide range of audiences, but with one common message… resilience, hope, restoration and purpose is found for …

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Closing-out August in Ohio

By Kevin Schroeder – The Wilds is a private, non-profit conservation center located on nearly 10,000 acres of reclaimed mining land in rural southeastern Ohio. The Wilds is situated along some of the most beautiful rolling green hills Ohio has to offer. The mining pits were long ago converted into beautiful lakes that inundate this …

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Steve Toth-Chairman of the Board of Directors

By John Mizerak – Steve Toth is an ordained minister and the new Chairman of the Mighty Oaks Foundation Board of Directors. Steve will be rejoining the Texas Legislature this year, representing the South, Montgomery County area. Steve and Babette run a small business and have been married 34 years with three adult children.  Steve has …

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8th Annual Texas Warrior Gala

By John Mizerak – On Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, we will be hosting our annual annual Texas event at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott at 1601 Lake Robbins Drive in The Woodlands, TX 77380. Click here to reserve YOUR tickets today! This year the Mighty Oaks team has the pleasure of …

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I-MEF Resiliency Event

By John Mizerak – Mighty Oaks Foundation Founder, Chad Robichaux and Mighty Oaks Foundation Board Advisor & 16th SgtMaj of the Marine Corps (Ret), Carlton Kent, teamed up at the end of August as the speakers for I-MEF (Marine Expeditionary Force) Resiliency Event.  Approximately 1,000 Marines & Sailors filled the new Base Theatre for the …

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Facing Life’s Giants in Texas

By Kevin Schroeder – Junction, Texas is a rural ranching community nestled deep within a fertile Texas Hill Country river valley. The city derives its name from its location at the convergence of the North and South Llano rivers. This week, 11 men from various locations throughout the United States, converged upon the Blaylock Ranch …

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