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Calen Chrestman  Privileged to be a part of @FellowshipChurch and honored to give back to wounded veterans through @VetsXtreme. Proud American!

Come as you are and join me this #Easter weekend for Paint the Town Red at #FellowshipChurch! #FCEaster

Great start to the morning at as @tracyebarnes leads our team to serve the house! @fellowshipchurch #HopSkipJump

The Energy in this room - only described as the SOUND OF HEAVEN! Available to you anytime, anywhere via iTunes! #SoundOfHeaven #FellowshipCreative

Great morning with Men of the House! #Repost @danbarnesfc
The men in this room make up a wealth of experience, wisdom, encouragement and accountability. I love watching them invest in each other. #MenOfTheHouse @fellowshipchurch

#UncleLife is all pros and no cons. When she's sweet, I hold her, and when she's emotional, I pass her right back.

Slinging lead downrange with a friend's competition shooter. This bad boy is smooth! Working some drills and honing some skills. 200 rounds down, 800 to go. #glock34 #pewpew #sheepdog

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The turmoil in our world is undeniable. Yet every day, the men and women of law enforcement stand in the fray, selflessly sacrificing for our security. Today we mourn those who have been viciously attacked and killed in recent days. And we promise to stand shoulder to shoulder with those who continue to serve. You are not alone. And you never will be. #BackTheBlue

As Dwight Eisenhower said, " is well for us to pause, to acknowledge our debt to those who paid so large a share of freedom's price. As we stand here in grateful remembrance of the veterans' contributions we renew our conviction of individual responsibility to live in ways that support the eternal truths upon which our Nation is founded, and from which flows all its strength and all its greatness." On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918, World War I ended. This day became known as "Armistice Day." Soon after the end of World War II, a veteran of that war named Raymond Weeks organized "National Veterans Day" with a parade and festivities to honor all veterans. He chose to hold this on Armistice Day. Thus began annual observances of a day to honor all veterans not just the end of World War I. In 1954, Congress officially passed and President Dwight Eisenhower signed a bill proclaiming November 11 as Veteran's Day.

I have to brag for a moment. My niece is the cutest kid in the world! As I look at her pictures, I'm consumed by a sense of duty to contribute to the betterment of the world she'll grow up in. Our world is dark in many ways, and I LOVE that I get to be a light to it! I wouldn't want it any other way. So to everyone willing to roll up their sleeves and work together, here's to the future! 🍾

#Repost @ed_young
We turn to God and His Biblical Truth as we vote for our next president. #Election2016

Tune in tonight!
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Just informed that the interview Lisa and I had with #Nightline on @ABCnews will air tonight at 11:35cst. We pray that the message of hope we have for our country that is found in Christ would shine brightly!

Join me this weekend @FellowshipChurch as Pastor @Ed_Young unpacks How to Pick a President! #FellowshipChurch

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