Quotes on Design

November 11, 2011 — Leave a comment
  • Dan Vore
    The best way to find any and all errors is to publish your work.

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Some give their lives on the battlefield in defense of our American freedom. Others return home to their families physically whole, only to fall apart on the inside, victims of combat trauma.

Here are the four primary ways your gift could help bring hope and healing to our troops and their families:

Rapid Deployment Kits: These kits help to introduce a service member to Jesus Christ and disciple them as well. They’re durable and compact in a waterproof bag that fits in the cargo pocket of their uniform. Each kit includes a New Testament with Psalms and Proverbs, a daily devotional and a Would You Like to Know God Personally booklet.

Spiritual Fitness Handbook: This field-ready flip book is a guide to personal faith in Jesus Christ specifically written for today’s U.S. military personnel. Troops can learn the basics of Christian faith and do exercises to grow in their faith.

When War Comes Home: This powerful workbook was created especially for military wives, giving them tools to cope with living with a husband affected by combat trauma.

Combat Trauma Healing Manual: Thousands of warriors struggle with their daily routine after returning home from the battlefield. This Christ-centered workbook helps veterans work through the complex mix of emotions they feel.

More information here http://bit.ly/hopefortroops

All You Need

November 9, 2011 — Leave a comment

Quotes on Design

November 7, 2011 — Leave a comment
  • Ryan Nance
    There is an unmistakeable difference between a bag of rabbit parts and a rabbit.

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Shows us the process and hours spent creating the effects.
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