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Aziz was more than an interpreter for our guest, a Force Recon Marine, during his eight deployments to Afghanistan. He was a teammate, brother, and friend. More than once, Aziz saved his life. And then he needed someone to save him.
When President Joe Biden announced in April 2021 that the United States would be making a hasty withdrawal from Afghanistan, our guest knew he had to get Aziz and his family out before Taliban forces took over the country. Join us to hear a gripping account of two heroes and a daring mission that put human hearts and names alongside the headlines of one of the most harrowing moments in our history.
A prodigal child can and does break a parent’s heart. How do we learn to get rid of parental guilt? Should we ask our child for forgiveness? How do we forgive our child? Where do we start when we know we must confront our child’s sin? These are just a few of the questions hurting parents ask. Now it’s your turn. Call in to learn how to travel this difficult road and learn how to have the very best chance to bring your child back to God.
Chad Robichaux is a former Force Recon Marine and Department of Defense (DoD) contractor with eight deployments to Afghanistan as part of a Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) Task Force. After overcoming his personal battles with PTSD and nearly becoming a veteran suicide statistic, Chad founded the Mighty Oaks Foundation, a leading nonprofit that serves the active duty and military veteran communities with highly successful faith-based combat trauma and resiliency programs. Having spoken to more than 250,000 active-duty troops and led life-saving programs for over 4,000 active military and veterans at five Mighty Oaks Ranches around the country, Chad has become a go-to resource for faith-based solutions to PTSD, sharing his expertise with former presidential administrations, Congress, the VA, and the DoD. Chad is regularly featured on national media and has been a contributor to Fox News, Newsmax, and The Blaze. Chad's story was notably shared in a short film by I Am Second and, in the documentary, Never Fight Alone.
David E. Clark, PH.D., is a Christian psychologist, popular speaker, and successful author. Through his Bible-based teaching and therapy, he guides people toward healthy lives, marriages, and families. Since 1986, Dr. Clarke has been in full-time private practice in Tampa, Florida, where he has worked extensively with individuals, couples, and families in crisis. Through his entertaining and practical seminars, he presents God's truth in the areas of emotional well-being, relationship building, and development of parenting skills. He is the author of fifteen books, including I Don't Want a Divorce, My Spouse Wants Out, and I Don't Love You Anymore. He is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary and Western Conservative Baptist Seminary.