Learn more about a resource available for military families facing the challenges of deployment and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Sumya knew God was calling him to serve in the military and his faithfulness has shown the power of being a fruitful witness.
A former Delta Force member gives out JESUS films to speakers of other languages.
From an American military base in England, Jim and Bea Fishback work with Cru to help fight for military families and marriages.
Hristo Hristov wanted to be a good soldier. He enlisted in the Bulgarian Army with hopes of joining the French Foreign Legion. “I dreamt to serve in it because it was the right place for becoming a real man,” he says.
New Naval recruits in Brazil are now required to hear the gospel during training.
Valor is the Cru ministry for college and high school ROTC cadets and midshipmen, veterans on college campuses, and cadets at foreign military service academies.
One of the greatest challenges soldiers and their spouses are facing is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Learn how your church can care for military families in crisis.
Although being with his soldiers at life's most perilous moments is part of his job, Chaplain Zell is also a counselor to the men day to day, helping them with their relational and spiritual needs.
From San Diego to Gettysburg, a young Christian listens carefully to hear God's call.
The issues facing military kids are unique. This can help keep them grounded while their parent is deployed.
Some questions or comments are better left unsaid. Here’s what to say instead.
A U.S. Army Chaplain learns some spiritual lessons during Ranger School.
It was easier carrying out my duties on the job than it was being a good father to my two children.
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