My father is 83 years old now. He and my mother will be married 65 years next month.
If you'd like to read how he became a Christian while in a foxhole in France during WWII, go to the June archive, 4th post, to read my Father's Day column: Promise in a Foxhole from WW II
Thank you, Dad, for offering your life so that my children and I can live in freedom, and thank you for showing future generations that good can triumph over evil. Your courage and that of your generation, including those who fought and those kept the homefires burning, cannot be celebrated enough.