Weekly Honor Posts


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Saturday, September 24

Today’s (September 24) #Honor post goes to our CEO Jesus Christ.

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters”-Colossians 3:23

Friday, September 23

Today’s (September 23) #Honor post goes to our deployed United States military. The men and women who wear the uniform are the true heroes of our country.

The highest of distinction is service to others. Let us keep our men and women who serve in our prayers until they all return home safely.

Thursday, September 22

Today’s (September 22) #Honor post goes to Coach Clarissa Chun with Iowa Women's Wrestling.

Head coach, Olympic medalist, World Champion and the list goes on. The most important title is life encourager. She is in her 1st season as head coach at the University of Iowa and her focus is on building from within. She will lead the program with the passion and compassion for all who are navigating life beyond the sport.

Thank you Coach Chun for TEAMING up with us to allow all to feel loved and supported. #TeamWork

Wednesday, September 21

Today’s (September 21) #Honor post goes to K9 Officer Carrol with the Palm Bay Police Department.

Earlier this year K9 Officer Carrol responded to a dog that was stuck in mud and water in a canal. When he arrived he observed the dog in distress, cold and worn out. K9 Officer Carrol entered the canal and safely removed the pup and made it a “doggone” good day for all. Nice work sir, you are appreciated.

Tuesday, September 20

Today’s (September 20) #Honor post goes to the men and women of the Behavioral Health Unit with the Arlington Police Department.

This team is made up of specially trained officers, non sworn, crisis intervention specialists who respond to calls that involve a mental health issues. We appreciate the service you provide to all that need the assistance and resources in a timely manner.


Monday, September 19

Today’s (September 19) #Honor post goes to Raymond Garivey Jr. in celebration of his retirement.

Chief Garivey retired in June from Freeport Police Department - Texas after a very remarkable career. Chief Garivey led his department with class, integrity and compassion for all. Nice work sir and you are appreciated not only in Texas but the entire nation appreciates you and Nancy.

Sunday, September 18

Today’s (September 18) #Honor post goes to the men and women who serve with the United States Air Force.

Today, on the 75th birthday of the United States Air Force we honor all who serve. The Air Force comes in peace, delivering hope and supporting freedom. The Air Force is ready to deter war, but when absolutely needed, the Air Force is ready to Fly, Fight and Win.