2021- Together We Stand
We will stand with our veterans, first-responders and their families. Together we will help to reduce veteran depression, spiritual emptiness, broken homes and suicide. Together we will make the difference.
Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 reminds us there is power in numbers, “Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil. For if they fall, one will lift up his fellow. But woe to him who is alone when he falls and has not another to lift him up.”
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to serving the spiritually wounded, emotionally distressed and broken-hearted by providing peer-based discipleship through a series of faith-based courses, programs, and events.
Courses Are Veteran Led & Peer Supported
Course Leader Training
Stop Veteran Suicide
Over 20 veterans die by suicide every day and with your help, we can change that. For many combat veterans returning home, the stress doesn’t end simply because the deployment is over. Much too often the personal and psychological battle continues and our Veterans are often the last to seek help.
God’s Word For Warriors is here to help.
16-week faith-based course of healing and support. Originally designed for accreditation within higher education, our program addresses several of the challenging situations facing our veterans today as they attempt to reconnect with their community and return to a life of normalcy.
Duplicating successful outcomes. We provide 12 hours of Course Leader training to those who desire to join our dedicated team. Training is offered in a variety of delivery formats that can be accomplished in as little as one week or spread out over an eight week period.
Why did I begin God's Word For Warriors?
How has God's Word For Warriors made a difference in my life?
Captain Maryann Tackett
"Imagine a world where your community courageously rose up and reached out to meet their very own veterans’ spiritual needs."
"God's Word For Warriors allowed me to talk about subjects that I wouldn't normally talk about"
"Dr. Seals encouraged me to open up and tell my story. Now I do it more frequently."