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We give thanks for all those serving and protecting us always, and especially in these troubling times. Let’s show them our gratitude by flying our American flags.

Starting this Sunday, April 5, and beyond, please fly an American flag on your property, visible to the street.

Express your thanks to the “Frontline Warriors,” our newest first responders, and to those who have been so good to us throughout the years, by flying your American flag.

Workers at businesses deemed essential, health care providers and public safety providers, are of course on the frontlines, with many straining to keep up with the demand of their field. People who get sick are relying on doctors and nurses. Our pharmacies continue to supply us with medications. Restaurants have dining room doors closed but many are providing takeout meals.

Grocery stores are open for business, furiously stocking many bare shelves and also delivering food. Truck drivers are working to keep goods flowing to restock the shelves. Our police, fire and rescue workers continue to serve diligently, as they always have. Our military is in action on the home front as well as abroad. The list goes on and on and on.

Please join Grace Ministries to say  "Thank you!" and shout our praise for their help by flying our American flag.

God bless America.


Bert Woodburn is the teaching pastor of Grace Ministries USA, a nonprofit Christian ministry based in Wake Forest.

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