Articles Tagged 'Veterans'

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The Problem with Commitments

Can you finish what you start?

Rubel Shelly shares his thoughts on following through with our commitments using an "eternal flame" that is not so eternal and has been turned off as an example of not counting the cost.

Our Need to Remember

Hopefully remembering the horrors can help us prevent them.

Phil Ware uses Memorial Day to think about the cost of war and the ultimate sacrifice of a friend named Roy who lived through World War II, the assault on Normandy Beach and the Battle of the Bulge.

Reclaiming Our Lost Identity

What does God do with those times in our lives we'd like to forget?

Remembering the past by way of dogtags is hard, but sometimes liberating and a reminder that God can take our past and make something special out of it.

Honor the Dead by Helping the Living

How can we honor those who have meant so much to us in the past?

One of the very best ways to honor the memory and life of someone we respect who has died is to use what they have taught us and shown us to bless the living.