In 2003 Matt Barnes walked into the Capitol building in Indianapolis, sure of a burden from God to reach the legislators of Indiana, but unsure of how to go about it. God began to open doors for him in amazing ways, so that today he is the beloved chaplain of the Indiana Legislature, without ever receiving an official invitation or ...more
Last month a group of homeschoolers from New York took a field trip to the VA Medical Center in Bath, N.Y., where Chaplain Jerry Hamblin serves. He met with the students and their parents, answering questions about military and veterans affairs chaplaincy, and about the VA in general. Their tour included the medical center’s museum, which features displays of military ...more
This month we pause to say thank you to the thousands of veterans who live and work among us, full of memories of their years in the military. We are free today because you served yesterday. We honor each of you.
Some veterans have the dubious distinction of having spent time as prisoners of war. They are America’s heroes, part of ...more