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As we move into a series of stories of actual Warriors that have gone through our programs we are revisiting the stories of our founders.  The Bible says:  Remember your leaders, who spoke the word of God to you. Consider the outcome of their way of life and imitate their faith. (Hebrews 13:7)  So let’s revisit a great story of faith that started it all!
After coming back from Afghanistan, Chad Robichaux tried to find purpose in fighting.  Professional fighting seemed to be a natural next step as he retired from the US Military as a combat veteran, but it actually led him down a dark path.  This was the wrong kind of fight to cure PTSD.  We are retelling Chad’s story as we kick off a Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs’s storytelling series (more about that below).  Watch Chad’s story below.

It turns out that Chad’s purpose was to fight.  It was to fight for the men and women who serve our country and end up broken and hopeless with nowhere to turn. It is to fight to eliminate the 23 Veteran suicides that happen every day, and that is exactly what he is doing through Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs.
To celebrate our 1000th Warrior graduating this summer, we are currently sharing the stories of actual Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs graduates; these are stories of life change being accomplished through Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs. (Or better stated: that God is accomplishing through Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs.) We are doing this because we want you to be a part of witnessing the miracles with us. It is our hope that you will be compelled to share these stories with your friends and family and that you will consider helping to fund one of the 137 Warriors waiting to enter our programs.
Join us on social media and learn more how to help fund a warrior HERE.