God in the Camp

Do you remember the first General officer (GO’s) you ever met? In 1991, I met and spoke with Lieutenant General William “Gus” Pagonis. Previously, I had seen GO’s from ... Continue Reading →

The Road to Rejoicing

I was reading in Luke Chapter 15 today, and was studying the parable of The Lost Son. This parable hits very close to home for me and is one of my favorite parables in the scriptures. ... Continue Reading →

Meet Kalen Marie: A Testimony

As a new writer with “Veterans to Christ”, I thought the best way to get started would be to tell you about my journey. Military friends planted seeds of my faith, with one specific ... Continue Reading →

God is Big Enough

Five years ago, when my youngest daughter was two years old, we were playing on the floor. Though I am not necessarily one to play with dolls with anyone but my youngest asked and I ... Continue Reading →

Think About It: The Intent of the Heart

Why do people do what they do? Sometimes I wonder if it is only to impress or please others. If it is to impress others then I believe we are doing things to get praise/approval for ... Continue Reading →

Living Your Priorities

When you ask Christians what their top three priorities are in order of importance they almost always say: God Family Career This cookie cutter “Church answer” is supposed ... Continue Reading →

Quiet Time: A Game Changer

A few years ago I started a morning habit that has had a profound impact on my life. It wasn’t an easy habit to establish, but it was desperately needed. My soul needed ... Continue Reading →

Where to Turn for Help

Recently, I found myself completely buried in the self-help section of Amazon.com. The addition of our little one on top of being a young husband has presented itself with many challenging ... Continue Reading →

Think About It: Me to We

I remember when our daughter Zoe was about 3, she taught my wife and I a valuable lesson. Leslie and I had established a habit of going on dates throughout raising our children. We ... Continue Reading →

In Too Deep

During Desert Storm, I was a 20 year old PFC. Being out of the United States of America for the very first time and traveling to Saudi Arabia was quite a culture shock for a guy from ... Continue Reading →