To Those Who Gave So Much

To Those Who Gave So Much

Today is Memorial Day. The day we remember those who have died for our freedom. When we think of veterans, most of the time men come to our minds. However, there have also been women who died fighting alongside their military brothers. John 15:13, Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends The following is a website with a list of female soldiers killed in the line of duty. …

Remember the Fallen

Remember the Fallen

Memorial Day isn’t just a three-day holiday. It’s in remembrance to those soldiers who have died protecting this country. The following is a list of casualties in each U.S. war. Civil War: Approximately 620,000 Americans died. The Union lost almost 365,000 troops and the Confederacy about 260,000. More than half of these deaths were caused by disease. World War I: 116,516 Americans died, more than half from disease. World War II: 405,399 Americans died. Korean War: 36,574 Americans died. …

Remember the Fallen

Remember the Fallen

Remember those who have died to give you the freedom to do and say as you please. Remember those who have died to give you the freedom to worship without fear of being killed. Remember those who have died to give you the freedom to protest, sometimes too loudly. Remember those who have died to give you the freedom to vote without worry of retribution. And remember the God who created it all.  

Happy Memorial Day

Happy Memorial Day

Memorial Day become an official holiday in 1971. It is to remember those who have died fighting for this country. Today, let us not forget those who have died so that we may have the freedoms we enjoy. Black men are no longer slaves, women can vote. We can pray to whatever God we feel is the correct deity without fear of execution. We can go to a voting poll without retribution of being shot …

Thank You For Your Sacrifice

Thank You For Your Sacrifice

Memorial Day is upon us. Approximately one-fourth of this nation does not know why we celebrate. They think it has to do with the beginning of summer. Memorial Day is the day we remember those who have fought for our freedoms. More particularly those who have died so we have the right to say and do as we please. Plenty of soldiers have sacrificed their lives for us to have freedom of church, freedom of …