Our approach is about boldy protecting, strengthening and lifting our families, comrades and community.
We believe that the life, resurrection and return of Jesus Christ is the ultimate special operation in the history of the world - bringing light into darkness with speed, surprise and violence of action - audaciously freeing captives, changing lives, and bringing hope where there seems to be little cause for hope.
We need you on the Team.
We believe some of us are called to go into harm's way for all of us.
We believe we've been called to help equip them.
We encourage high-risk public servants, including first responders, military members and their families to thrive in their calling.
We provide faith-based resources and experiences that help prepare warriors to thrive amidst the stresses of their calling. When hard times come, we encourage post-traumatic growth (PTG) and connectedness with other Warriors who've been there too and have overcome the hard times.
We do not define Warriors by injuries. We encourage focus on the Healer, not wounds.
We believe with God, we are Victors, not victims.
Those called to high-risk public service often share similar values, experiences and challenges. Typically, based on these shared attributes, members of the military, police and fire services quickly develop mutual trust, empathy and understanding.
Simply stated, these warriors, and their families, live similar lives but wear a different uniform.
But the majority of resources available for these warriors are narrowly focused on currently serving members of a particular group. There are few resources available that unleash the power and goodness of bringing differrent service groups and age groups together.
Furthermore, the majority of resources are for individuals and are one-time experiences. This is contrary to the nature of service in military, police and fire/rescue units, which are inherently team-based. Our approach builds on the warrior's team-orientation. We build a team around the service member inclusive of family, friends, mentors and advocates. The warrior is always on mission with a team. The team is always walking with the warrior.
Each team is comprised of warriors from different services. This approach helps create new bonds outside of the workplace, and reduces stigmas and barriers to getting stronger. It also leverages the opportunity for past, present and future service members to form valuable relationships.