Young Life Military Stories

Stories from Young Life Military — Young Life's ministry to military brats. ​​​​​

 
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A Day to Remember
The day is Nov. 11, 1918. The photo* shows American Soldiers of the 353rd Infantry Regiment standing next to a church at Stenay, Meuse, in France — two minutes before the end of fighting in World War I. Can you imagine their feelings in this moment? The anticipation? The relief? This would be a day to remember. Read More >>
All Gave Some...Some Gave All
As we approach this solemn Memorial Day of remembering those who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom, please keep our country’s active duty military members and their families in your prayers. Young Life Military staff and volunteers arou​nd the world consider it a great honor and privilege to serve the teen-aged children of our active duty military force​. Read More >>
Our Parents Deployed... Again.
To the outside world, this may seem like pure chaos, but for our students, it’s just business as usual: parents going “down range” again to sacrifice for our nation’s freedoms. For military teens, deployments are just a part of life.  Do they enjoy them? No, but in their world they must cope with the chaos.​ Read More >>
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