As a young man in the 1960s, Dwight Tate, MSW ’77, saw the devastating effects of the Vietnam War on its veterans. “I’ve come to realize and understand that the biggest mistake we as a society made was turning our back on veterans. We had every right to condemn the war itself but not the warriors,” he said. “I don’t want us to make the same mistake again.” That's why he gave $600,000 to provide scholarships for veterans and military spouses pursuing MSWs. #GivingTuesday #WhyIGive
A Prayer Journal that could dramatically change your devotional time and prayer life. It has mine. Just one little change for huge life alteration. This is what I am considering for this summer with the kids.