Vietnam Vet’s Journey from Army Soldier to Warrior of God

New Redemption Press Book Shares Vietnam Vet’s Journey from Army Soldier to Warrior of God

ENUMCLAW, Wash., April 5, 2021 /Christian Newswire/ — Relations between the United States and Vietnam have changed drastically since the end of the Vietnam War in 1975. With current security and economic partnerships, the relationship between Vietnam and the US has been transformed, and analysts expect the countries to forge an even greater partnership in years to come–a seemingly impossible feat four decades ago*…

Source:New Redemption Press Book Shares Vietnam Vet’s Journey from Army Soldier to Warrior of God

National Vietnam War Veterans Day 2021 | Military Benefits

National Vietnam War Veterans Day
National Vietnam War Veterans Day 2021 | Military Benefits

National Vietnam War Veterans Day is observed on March 29 to thank and honor our nation’s Vietnam veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice.

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There have been 3,507 recipients of the Medal of Honor, (note it is not the Congressional Medal…) of those only 1 was a woman, 19 people received it twice and there are currently 69 living recipients. 

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The United States Congress has designated March 25th of each year as National Medal of Honor Day, a day dedicated to Medal of Honor recipients. (Public Law 101-564) Conceived in the State of Washington, this holiday should be one of our most revered. Unfortunately, all too many Americans are not even aware of its existence.

The date of March 25th was chosen to highlight this special day because it was on March 25, 1863, that the first Medals of Honor were presented to six members of Andrews’ Raiders, all soldiers from Ohio

Below are a few of the Medal of Honor recipient’s stories, as produced and recorded by Ken Rogge for Veterans Radio.

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Gage’s physical and mental health were connected

“I think it’s important for me to tell my story because there’s a lot of people out there ready to give up. There’s a lot of guys who are hurting. It doesn’t matter how beat down you are, if you can still breathe, man, just keep getting up.”

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Video: Gage’s physical and mental health were connected

In the Air Force, Gage was able to become the fittest and strongest he had ever been. Unfortunately, arthritis started holding him back and eventually sent him home. After reconnecting with family membersfriends, a church community, and other Veterans, Gage found a new purpose. “It’s the reconnection with Vets that helps me the most.”

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Seeing the Signs of Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder effects Veterans at an alarming rate. Kowing the signs and where to get help is essential.

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Seeing the Signs of Bipolar Disorder

Seeing the Signs of Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is marked by extreme swings in energy levels and moods, from high highs to low lows. The condition affects an estimated 45 million people around the world, according to the World Health Organization, but with treatment, symptoms can be managed effectively.


Call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1. You can also send a text message to the Veterans Crisis Line at 838255 or use the Veterans Crisis Line online chat. The Veterans Crisis Line offers free, confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

A Harsh Wake Up Call

Maybe you are incarcerated like Don was, maybe you have some form of addiction, or are one of the 22+ a day Veterans and Military personnel contemplating suicide.  Whatever you are experiencing NO self-help book is going to work but as Don (and I) realized the transforming power of Christ can change your life forever.  PLEASE, I beg you to reach out to one of the contacts at the bottom of the page today. – Mike




Don Caballero

"God spoke to me, and He was very clear. He said, 'If you were to die today, where would you go?'"—Don

At one point in Don Caballero’s life, he seemed to be on the fast track to becoming a “career criminal.” After his parents divorced when he was in middle school, Don struggled with addiction, insecurities, and academic issues. First incarcerated at age 18, he spent years in and out of jails and recovery programs, homeless and running the streets. He was in custody in Fresno, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Oakland.

“There was a point in my life where I honestly didn’t think I was going to see the age of 21,” recalls Don, “and there were some days, honestly, where I wish that I didn’t, because it felt so bad.”

The police would arrest him, he’d be released, and then he’d commit more crimes.


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“There are some principles worth fighting for & worth dying for”

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I am one of those who believe there are some principles worth fighting for & worth dying for” -U.S. Senate Chaplain Peter Marshall

 The morning of December 7, 1941, Rev. Peter Marshall addressed the midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, class of ’42. 

At the last minute, he set aside his prepared remarks and preach a prophetic message, “Go Down, Death.” 

Within an hour after he finished, news of Imperial Japan’s attack at Pearl Harbor spread across the nation. 

Peter Marshall stated: 

“I am one of those who believe that there are some principles worth fighting for and worth dying for if need be.”


Women of the Revolution

Most of us have heard of and remember Paul Revere, Joh Paul Jones and of course George Washington. All hero’s of the American Revolution, but how many women of that same conflict can you name? 

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Women of the Revolution

 Courageous women have always played a vital role in American history.

Addressing the Daughters of the American Revolution, April 19, 1926, President Calvin Coolidge stated:

"The importance of women in the working out the destiny of mankind ... As there were fathers in our Republic so there were mothers ...

By their abiding faith they inspired and encouraged the men; by their sacrifice they performed their part in the struggle out of which came our country …


Less We Forget – WWII Battle of the Bulge during freezing winter 1944-45

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WWII Battle of the Bulge during freezing winter 1944

“I call upon every man of all the Allies, to rise now to new heights of courage … We will, with God’s help, go forward to our greatest victory” – -Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force in Europe


Time to get Your RED On

Come on you know what time it is, it is RED Friday


RED – Remember Everyone Deployed