Helping the Home Front recently gave a well deserving Air Force family a huge surprise. Both Christy & Cedric are active-duty Air Force. When their home was damaged during hurricane Michael, they faced several thousand dollars of co-pays, and additional expenses that insurance didn’t cover. Helping the Home Front paid for it all!Read more
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Posted: November 14, 2017
We would like to thank CBN's Helping the Home Front for everything they have brought into our lives and for blessing us. We could have never imagined receiving this kind of help. We have seen God’s word come to life when He tells us that he will do exceedingly and abundantly more than we could imagine. CBN and Helping the Continue Reading
Posted: November 13, 2017
Sgt. Matthew met Charise while both were serving on a missions trip in the Philippines. The fell in love and got married. Charise's paperwork to move to the U.S. fell right into place. But Matthew didn't have the money to move his new bride to Hawaii where he was currently stationed. 1st Baptist Wahiawa asked CBN for help. Helping the Continue Reading
Posted: November 28, 2017
This funding allowed us to provide a unique water sports experience to not only our wounded veterans but also disabled children both in the veterans ranks and civilian population. Our sincere thanks for what you have allowed us to accomplish this past summer.
Posted: January 1, 2018
So, thankful to experience God's hand of blessing through CBN's Helping The Home Front. We can't express enough how grateful we were to receive financial help in a way that points back to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Being away due to the deployment was vexatious as we all imagined, but to come back to a surprise of love Continue Reading
Posted: October 4, 2019
Words cannot express how grateful I am to CBN/700 Club and The Helping The Home Front Project for your ongoing commitment to aid and support U.S. military veterans reentering civilian life. Having several such individuals in our congregation, we are acutely aware of the physical, mental, social, and economic challenges each of them face making this transition. We are particularly Continue Reading