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The Myths About Suicide

We’ve started a series on suicide which is the third leading cause of death among ages 15-24. There are many myths about suicide. Eight common ones are listed below. 1. Suicide happens without any warning signs. Not true . There are always some warning signs. 2. If you ask someone if they’re thinking of committing […]

August Meeting

Ken Barber was raised in the North Syracuse/Cicero area receiving Christ at the age of 7 at North Syracuse Baptist Church. After joining the military and college he began to drift away from the church, while still maintaining a prayer life. In his late 30’s Christ drew him back to church and is now an active member […]

Protection from the Enemy

When I think of my deployment to Iraq there is one crucial moment that sticks out to me that not only made me see life differently but it made me appreciate life in general. This moment was a night not much different than any other night at first. I was off duty in my bed […]

About Eric Haynes

  My name is Eric Haynes and I am an Iraqi War veteran. I served almost 12 years in the US ARMY before I was medically discharged due to bad knees in 2007. My wife Carole and I have been married for almost 18 years and have two wonderful girls Brenna 16 years, and Belle 8 […]

Lt. Col. Larkin Spivey

Retired Lt. Col. Larkin Spivey is a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War, where he served in the U.S. Marine Corps. He has taught U.S. Military History and served President Nixon in the White House. He is actively involved in the Luis Palay Ministry – Open Mic host Dan Dunn recently interviewed Col. Spivey about […]

A Welcome Home

Whenever I think of deployments I think of what was to me the most amazing feeling in the world. It is a feeling that unless you have deployed to a foreign country for a year and returned safely none could ever explain. As you are on the airplane for that long trip home and you […]

Letters From Home

Just recently I attended a Mark Sctultz Christian concert. It was a nice concert and every song that he writes is from life experience. The one is called “Letters from Home” and has to do with a family member of World War II when he was deployed and the letters that he sent back to […]

A Helping Hand

I could never forget coming home from a night convoy. It was the crack of dawn, in a Hummer, sleep deprived, and ready to put something other than an MRE in my stomach. We were going through the city of Mosul in Northern Iraq, near the Turkish border. There was a little girl who couldn’t […]