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    Theoretician or Practitioner?...

    01.17.16 | by Ray Jones

    A theoretician is someone that has knowledge, ideas and theory, but not necessarily a history of practice at their craft. Kind of like the person who stayed at a “Holiday Inn Express”! On the other hand, a practitioner is one who has knowledge...

      Fighting Rubber Soldiers…

      01.10.16 | by Ray Jones

      Prior to the invasion by allied troops onto the beaches of Normandy, Operation Fortitude was set in motion. It was an elaborate hoax that used rubber tanks, canvas ship, plywood decoy aircraft and Rubber soldiers. All were used to distract the...

        A Lesson From Normandy… Keep Moving!

        01.03.16 | by Ray Jones

        On June 6, 1944 combined forces of more than 140,000 soldiers, with the US making up over half of that number, invaded the beaches of Normandy France in an all out assault on the Germans. It is known as “D-day” and is considered one of the...

          For His Greater Glory…

          12.20.15 | by Ray Jones

          The Bible says in 1 Corinthians 14:33 “For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace, as in all churches of the saints.” That is a particularly important passage for us to grasp in light of the work of our “For His Greater Glory” committee.

            Terrified By the Wrong Things…

            12.13.15 | by Ray Jones

            More radical stupidity, but not from ISIS! Mikey Weinstein, president and founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF), insisted the public prayers so often seen on the football field by the Air Force Academy football team before...

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