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Remembering Wounded Warriors with President George W. Bush

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LISTEN NOW! John, Greg and Pat share about remembering our wounded warriors and all of the men and women who have served in the military protecting and defending our freedom.  Former President George W. Bush invited a number of U.S. veterans to his Crawford ranch to participate in the third annual Bush Center 100k Wounded Warrior Mountain Bike Ride.  According to the Blaze, “Bush has always been a strong supporter of our brave men and women in uniform. He has apparently always been inspired by Abraham Lincoln, who famously instructed the nation to “care for him who shall have borne the battle.” A month before his assassination, Lincoln signed a new law creating a National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers.”   John, Greg and Pat continue to discuss their appreciation of all veterans.  They continue to share their appreciation and honor for all of the warriors who faithfully battled for truth and the Kingdom of God.  Those such as ministers of the past and present, parents and grandparents who have fought for the foundation of God’s truth so that the next generation can stand and expand.  We honor them as well and pray for their healing as they contended for the truth.  Wear your scares as medals as you will be greatly rewarded for your service.


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