City of Coercion


We have soldier’s who at the call of their country carry out missions with professionalism and integrity, mitigating risk where ever possible.  Yesterday was an unseen enemy.  In prayer I bow my head in silence offering honer and respect to U.S. soldiers who lost their lives while serving in Afghanistan and to their family.  This tragic event also comes at a great lose to coalition soldiers and Afghan civilians.

2 thoughts on “City of Coercion

  1. Jackie Harris

    Christie, I was so saddened to hear about the great loss of our soldiers and coalition this week. My heart goes out to all of the family and friends of these soldiers. They have made the ultimate sacrifice.

    An update on Andy…he will be leaving for basic training on Oct. 9th and if everything goes well (and I expect it will) we will be getting the “I am a Sailor” phone call 8 weeks later. We will keep you updated as the date gets closer bus as of now, he will be making his once a week check in calls and twice a month visits until then.

    Take care and be safe,



  2. Donna Turner

    We were so sad to hear that yesterday and of course it strikes terror in our hearts. Please stay safe and keep your safety at the top of all of the decisions that you make. We love you.


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