DALLAS — In the spirit of Memorial Day, Prestonwood Baptist Church will honor our nation’s veterans and active military personnel with its annual Serving Our Heroes celebration on Thursday, May 24.
Veterans and current military personnel, along with their families and friends, are invited to a free luncheon at the church’s Plano Campus. Guests will hear from former Navy SEAL Chad Williams, who served tours of duty in the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Iraq. Williams is the author of “SEAL of God,” a memoir on his faith in Jesus and his journey to become a Navy SEAL.
“Our nation’s military has been and continues to be the backbone of this country. We owe so much of our freedom to them and the daily sacrifices they make. Although we will never be able to repay them for all that they do, we can show our veterans, active duty members and their families our respect and appreciation for their service,” said Jack Graham, pastor of Prestonwood Baptist Church.
Pastor Jack Graham participating in an interview at last year’s Serving Our Heroes celebration.
Last year, over 500 veterans, active duty personnel and guests attended this celebratory luncheon to honor our community’s greatest heroes.
Serving Our Heroes will be held at the student ministry building of the Prestonwood Baptist Church Plano Campus. Registration for the event is required. Guests can register here.
Food lines begin at 11:15 a.m., and lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. Food will be catered by DFW favorite Babe’s Chicken Dinner House.
Prestonwood Baptist Church
Student Ministry Building
Media interested in attending Prestonwood’s Serving Our Heroes celebration must RSVP to Josh Graham. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: (972) 820-5419.
Dr. Jack Graham is the pastor of Prestonwood Baptist Church, one of the largest and fastest growing churches in America. He is also a noted author, and his PowerPoint Ministriesbroadcasts are available in 92 countries and are heard daily in more than 740 cities. He has served as president of the Southern Baptist Convention and the honorary chairman of the 2015 National Day of Prayer.