WARRIOR'S SHIELD RADIOThe Mission of Warrior’s Shield Radio is to reach out to our Military and Veteran community and their families from a faith based perspective with real, practical help. We understand that when a person serves in the military, their family serves along with them. We will discuss how families can cope with military service; reintegrating men and women into civilian life, how to find a job, PTSD, other military issues and in all of these things the importance of growing closer to God. Warrior Shield Radio is hosted by David Maulsby and Samuel Askins Sunday nights from 5:06 pm to 6 pm on 100.7 FM The Word KKHT and kkht.com. You can also like, follow and send us question us on Facebook.
This week on the Warrior’s Shield Radio Show, we’ll be discussing some questions that have recently come up during the day and some events that will be coming up in the military community.
This week on the Warrior’s Shield Radio Show, we’ll be discussing the issues surrounding Brian Williams, talk about Clay Hunt and the Save Act Legislation, abusive military bases and hospitals, Camp Hope military marine veteran speaker – Tim Lee, and more.
This week on the Warrior’s Shield Radio Show, we’ll revisit an interview with a Veteran we had a few days ago who recently passed away and how to deal with grief. We’ll also be discussing taxes, the healthcare mandate and how it affects us when filing our income tax returns.
This week we discuss the March of Unity in France, talk to some veterans who have started their own business and how they give back to help other veterans.
This week’s show we’ll discuss the punishment of an army chaplain, matters of faith and dealing with suicide, the rise of suicides among veterans, and the book Unbroken.
This week we discuss several news issues, and a new report sheds a lot of light on post-9/11 veterans.
On this week’s show, Warrior’s Shield talks with Charles Smith of “Treat a Veteran Day”. Also, news about a 24 year old suicidal veteran killed by 3 cops.
In this weeks show we talk Watermelon Run for the Fallen and the importance of remembering those who gave all for their country.
In this weeks show we celebrate liberty and hear voices from the past.
In this week’s edition, we look forward to Independence Day!