Effective September 1, 2021, Jim Humphrey becomes the second President and Executive Director of God's Word For Warriors, succeeding founder Dr. Tom Seals.

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Nashville, TN (GWFW Press): Executive Director Dr. Tom Seals, announced today that Veteran non-profit Recon To Restoration will merge with GWFW beginning January 1, 2021.

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GWFW Partners with Grace After Fire to host its first virtual Gala and silent auction, capturing the attention of 25,000 viewers.

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The Charlie Daniels Journey Home Project (TCDJHP), a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting our nation’s military veterans, has awarded a $5,000 grant to God’s Word for Warriors, a non-profit committed to serving spiritually wounded and emotionally distressed veterans.

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July 2021 Issue

Serving and Sacrificing for America's Freedom

Tom Seals joined the United States Marine Corps at age 17, just 10 days after graduating from Hume Fogg High School in Nashville.

By Linda Dohse

Franklin Lifestyle Magazine


Founder of 'God's Word for Warriors,' Dr. Tom Seals

This week you will meet Dr. Tom Seals of Lipscomb University in Nashville. I learned of Dr. Seals and his passion to assist military veterans adjust to civilian life from a mutual friend. His passion and commitment to veterans comes from his prior service in the United States Marine Corps, as well as several years of service with the United States Government, serving in Washington, D. C. and Europe.


Wayne Shepherd

July 1, 2021

Marine Vet Launches Program to Help Returning Warriors

Dr. Thomas L. ‘Tom’ Seals left Nashville at 17 to join the U.S. Marines and now in his seventies has set up camp in Bellevue to grow his God’s Word for Warriors program that he helped launched a decade ago at Lipscomb University. 

By Vince Troia

The Vue - Bellevue News

June 30, 2016

Seals' new book shares 'God's Word for Warriors,' supports veterans at Lipscomb

When Tom Seals stands in front of his “Faith and Culture: God’s Word for Warriors” class each semester he sees the faces of men and women who have performed heroic deeds, seen unspeakable atrocities, been a part of harrowing combat missions and feel a strong sense of duty to their country. 

By Kim Chaudoin

Lipscomb University