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The Only Voice - 9/11 Anniversary 2017

The Only Voice – 9/11 Anniversary 2017

What can you say about the cruelest tragedy ever to overtake this great country? Who can a person even begin to make sense of the aeronautic bomb rammed into the Twin Towers, workers fleeing Manhattan like third world refugees, family and friends begging the media to post a photo of their loved ones, the president […]

The Only Voice – 9/11 Anniversary 2014

What can you say about the cruelest tragedy ever to overtake this great country? Who can a person even begin to make sense of the aeronautic bomb rammed into the Twin Towers, workers fleeing Manhattan like third world refugees, family and friends begging the media to post a photo of their loved ones, the president […]

A Veteran Writes

  I’m excited to interview Ron Millicent, a veteran who gives us a fresh look at life. I think you will enjoy his philosophy of life.   What prompted you to write this?   That really is the core question. It stems from working with veterans. I volunteer a lot of time with them – […]

No Distance too Great

No Distance too Great

No Distance Too Great I have the privilege of hosting Jocelyn Green who has a wonderfully helpful website to encourage military wives.  Please check it out at: http://www.faithdeployed.com/ She has also written a book with Karen Whiting called Stories of Courage and Faith from the Homefront. It is available on Amazon.com Here’s an excerpt from […]

When Your Soldier Leaves for Battle: Winning the War at Home

When Your Soldier Leaves for Battle: Winning the War at Home

How do you fight fear when your child is sent into battle? Edie Melson asked herself this question when she said goodbye to her son sent to Iraq. The following is an interview with the author on her book, Winning the War at Home as well as an inside view of what makes writers tick. […]