The Korean War has a sad alias; the forgotten war.
Here on Memorial Day, it is important that we all remember every single veteran that has served and the battles they were commissioned in. From fighting for our own independence, protecting others and to setting nations free, America rises above them all.
No nation gives more. No nation helps more. No nation stands against tyranny more.
We can never forget them. They all count.
(these photos were taken at the Korean War Memorial during our trip to Seoul, South Korea in April).
If you have not heard, long time Christian musician, and adoption patriot, Stephen Curtis Champman, lost one of his adopted daughters to a terrible car accident yesterday. I cannot imagine what they must be going through but they certainly need our prayers, big time.
As we celebrate Mother’s Day 2008, both Julie and I are grateful for the events of the last 3 years. We believe our family is complete. Chloe, Sidney, Quinn. The best three kids anyone could hope for.
Happy Mother’s Day to everyone!
Louie Giglio has been the single most impacting Christian leader in my life. I have been listening to him since I was 18. This is truly one of his best moments.