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Two words... Luke Stricklin.
He is a Soldier, a patriot and his service in Iraq got him this far. God's speed Luke. Good luck brother!
He gave a year, support him.
2005.08.05 in Music | Permalink
I am an LA Rican by te way and I wanted you to know that we grew up in relatively the same part of LA.
Keep up the faith and it will be alright.
2006.03.07 at 12:31
I want to thank you for extending us(Americans) the hand of freedom for your tireless service and dedication in Iraq.
The article in the LA Times this week on you was outstanding. I grew up in South Central LA. It was to see that the writer attached your web email to the story.
I prayed for you and the troops after I read about you in dehydration and later to find out that you received a spring of water all at once. Jesus promises us this spring of water and He adds that you are truly receiving the Holy Spirit over you.
God protect you and the troops in Iraq and come home safe and sound soon.
2006.03.07 at 12:25
I just want to say thanks for the positive words and support! Thanks to others who have served. Supporting the guys over in the sand box right now is something we all owe them, it is a very important thing. Thanks to all who do.
Luke Stricklin |
2005.08.16 at 10:16
I am proud to have worked with the men and women of the 39th BCT. Arkansas can be proud of what Luke and his team did while they were here. I laughed with them, cried with them, ate with them, and loved them. They are the best!
2005.08.12 at 09:13
Rusten, I went to his site and tried to buy his new release, but it said he was unable to accept money at this time. Do you think you could get in touch with him to let him know? Thanks.
2005.08.06 at 17:53
Saw Luke perform on FOX Morning Show, then ordered the CD. Highly recommend American's hear his songs. "American by God's Amazing Grace" version orginally recorded in Baghdad is as professional as the studio version!
Sending lots of hugs and prayers from NYC
2005.08.06 at 05:54
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