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The Church in America has lost her central place in much of American culture. The effects can be seen all over from increases in single-parent households to what is acceptable to show in movies to what is being taught in schools and more. The Christian Church needs to take a stand and form a plan for how to increase her cultural footprint in America again.
There is a veteran service organization called Civilian101 that provides that opportunity. In short, they want to give local churches guided conversations and point of contact information for different veteran service organizations that deal with specific issues, then they send vets to the church volunteers so the volunteers can point them towards the resources they need.
This is potentially a game-changer for the church because it creates an institutional pipeline sending veterans of all ages to churches all across America. We can serve our veterans and take care of the needs they have which, by itself, is a form of outreach. Conveniently we can then invite them to any and all church events so they can meet members of the community, help build a Habitat for Humanity house or volunteer with some other Church mission that’s going on as a way for them to be active and thank the Church and volunteers for the help we gave them. All of this creates a positive impression of Christians in the minds of the veterans and plants seeds that could easily lead to them becoming members of the Church, getting saved, or just helping change the perception of the Church in greater American life.