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Religious People Are More Likely to Be Veterans in the U.S.

Religion and military service go hand-in-hand. Here’s the data.

CHR Comment: Tobin Grant demonstrates that American veterans are significantly more likely to be church goes than those who are not religious. 36 more words

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RevGalBookPals Special Edition: Coming Home

In my first full year in my first call congregation, my husband deployed for his second Army tour to Iraq. (Tour- what a phrase! As though it was a casual jaunt through the desert.) I was pregnant with our first child and we knew he was going to miss the birth. 622 more words


A Few More Thoughts on Raising Soldiers

Katie Stuart

My 23 year old son, Gillen, is in the Air National Guard.  He is four years into a six year commitment.  A few weekends ago, he came home from “drill” with the news that he may have to go to Afghanistan for six months in the spring of 2017. 1,121 more words


Veteran’s Day: Cars, Underwear, and Furniture or Duty, Country, and the other One Percent

Happy Veteran’s Day. Not quite sure how to take that. On one hand, it is nice that in the last few years we have finally received some recognition of, and, ostensibly, some measure of appreciation for our service. 792 more words

Disabled Veterans

Proud to be a veteran, anyway

American Arabs celebrate Veterans Day even if the rest of the nation doesn’t want to see our service as important and sits by silently while we are discriminated against… 752 more words

Middle East Topics

Kansans honor veterans, celebrate Veterans Day

WICHITA, Kansas – Wednesday, KSN was pleased Wednesday to honor veterans of our armed forces, both past and present.

Since Veterans Day wouldn’t be what it is without a parade, veterans in Manhattan where citizens there honored the country’s veterans with a street celebration. 203 more words