Thank You for Your Service Thank you to all who serve(d) God and country. Your sacrifice is appreciated. 6 Announcements, News Comments: 6 Nathan Schilt30 May 2016 at 12:38 pm Hopefully we more than APPRECIATE the sacrifices of those who died defending our freedom. Fortunately, Desmond Doss did not die on the battlefield. But countless others have. I ran across the following which will perhaps put it in perspective. It is the soldier, not the preacher, who has preserved freedom of religion; It is the soldier, not the reporter who has secured freedom of the press; It is the soldier, not the poet, who has preserved freedom of expression; It is the soldier, not the community organizer, who has preserved freedom of assembly; It is the soldier, not the lawyer, who has preserved the right to a fair trial; It is the soldier, not the politician, who secures the right to be governed by the rule of law. If you read this, and if a loved one of yours has paid the ultimate price to protect my freedoms, thank you from the bottom of my heart!! Atle Haugen08 July 2016 at 11:16 am Please tell me how invading Afghanistan, Iraq ++ and killing thosands has protected your freedoms, not to speak of the freedom of Iraqi and Pakistani christians. I am sorry to inform you that Jesus was a preacher, not a soldier, and he has done a lot more than any American “freedom fighter” has ever achieved. Partly because of American aggression, the world is more at risk from terror now than it has ever been. God, please save, instead of blessing America! We all need you to before it is too late! EARL CALAHAN30 May 2016 at 3:56 pm God bless America, with love. Very interesting the, black out, of news, of those who are wasting away in our Veterans Hospitals, by the thousands, with wounds both mental and physical, of such horrific description. Be thankful to them, for answering the call to service, so we can continue to live in our accustomed peace. God Bless them each and every one. Howard Johnson09 June 2016 at 11:39 am All too often, we love things and use people. It should be the other way around: we should use things and love people. sufferingsunfish16 July 2016 at 5:58 pm God bless America! For all its problems tell me where there is a better place to live in freedom and relative peace. I’m a veteran and appreciate the ultimate sacrifice by servicemen of all services. My best friend, an SDA, made the supreme sacrifice at age 19. Marge26 October 2016 at 1:56 am Could you write about Phyciss so I can pass Science class? Comments are closed.