Operation Prayer Pals will be inviting kids who would like to pray for our country's military and firefighters and police officers. They all do a very hard job keeping us safe and protected, and they really need our prayers.
This year our goal is to bring PTSD into the the forefront of peoples minds that this is a silent killer that effects our military and first responders. Throughout the coming weeks we will be providing a series of articles from top organizations that deal with PTSD and how we can all help to help our country's heroes.
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To create memorial portraits and online memorials for your fallen firefighter, law enforcement officer or your military servicemen and women. We help fallen families celebrate the life of their hero. We will work with you on your most precious photos and memories. It is of the utmost importance that we show you that our country has not and will never forget your sacrifice.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is often only associated with military personnel, but first responders (police, paramedics, fire fighters, hospital staff) are sometimes exposed to traumatic events on a daily bases. The effects of these events can build up over time, sometimes leading to what we now know as PTSD.
"Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty."
John f. Kennedy
It's a privilege and honor to pray for our country's soldiers and first responders who protect us everyday for both friend and foe . Day and night they keep watch over our homes, our families, our cities and our nation.
For the last few years I have created a Memorial Day Video Presentation honoring the sacrifice that a a division during their deployment or a compilation of memorials from each branch of service.
This year I am working on Special Forces fallen and for those who served in earlier conflicts but were never recovered until they are identified and returned home to their families.