Numbers Speak For Themselves
The Ugly Truth
Veterans are Struggling...
Veterans of the United States military are facing trauma, addiction, physical health issues, and pain in physical, chemical, and emotional ways. While programs and clinics exist to help manage their symptoms, they often times prove to be bandaids on a much more serious wound – hopelessness.
BUT NOW YOU CAN HELP
Support a Veteran
When you donate to Matthew 10 International’s “Operation Ezekiel 37 (EZ37)” fund, military men and women across the country and on global mission will receive a one-month supply of Revvl™ RESTORE, a New Living Translation (NLT) Bible, and become connected with a community of other veterans being discipled by Matthew 10. With these tools, we have seen veterans from all branches experience the hope, the healing, and the purpose that comes with being a child of the Living God.
By Restoring Hope
Reading the word of God is the beginning of understanding our newfound identities in Christ – but for some, this identity is yet to be discovered. Each veteran in this program receives a copy of the Bible in the New Living Translation (NLT). This translation provides a down-to-earth, refreshing perspective on the word of God for Veterans who have need to hear the Good News.
By Restoring Health
The all-natural and powerful benefits of adaptogenic herbs help bring the body to rest after traumatic or prolonged periods of stress. This supplement– Revvl™ RESTORE – has shown that it not only reduces the negative symptoms of traumatic and chronic stress, but that it helps restore health back to the vital sleep and stress pathways of the body.
By Restoring Freedom
Founded by veteran, Dan Jarvis, 22Zero.org is a the non-profit partner of Matthew 10 International for this initiative. Their program helps veterans eradicate the negative emotional symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS) using Trauma Resiliency Process (TRP) and Emotions Management Process (EMP). These two processes are run by trained professionals that help veterans process these traumatic events without “reliving” them as done in most exposure therapies. It is wildly successful.