“Coming Home”: We hope for the day we can say Bowe is coming home.

We often interact with Bowe Supporters who are from the U.K., Canada and Australia. It’s really great to know that Bowe has worldwide support. Like the United States, each of these countries has troops serving as members of the ISAF (International Security Assistance Force.) Sometimes in Afghanistan service members from the U.S. work together with service members from the U.K.. Canada and Australia. With that in mind, we want to share a video with you. The soldiers singing together in the video are from the U.K. and the U.S.A. It’s called “Coming Home”.  All of us who are supporters of SGT Bowe Bergdahl long for the day we can shout “He’s coming home!”

Sgt Bowe Bergdahl turns 28 years-old today.

SGT Bowe Bergdahl 28th birthday

 

Today is Bowe’s 28th birthday. While birthdays are typically a cause for celebration, the thought that Bowe has now seen five birthdays come and go while in captivity is heartbreaking. This is why today, Bowe’s birthday, is a day of solemness. We reflect on it in our own way and it motivates us all differently for different reasons. But in the end what we all want, what we pray for, is that Bowe will soon return home to his family, to the place that is safe and familiar.

Maybe today we can all tell somebody that a friend who you’ve never met is having a birthday, that his name is Bowe Bergdahl. Tell them about Bowe and ask them to tell his story too. Today give Bowe the gift of your time. Dear Bowe Supporters, it’s YOU who stand in the gap for Bowe until he comes home. We are all waiting and advocating for Bowe until we can celebrate his homecoming.

Don’t forget that you can leave a message of support for Bowe and his family by signing the Guest Book here on supportbowe.org. The Guest Book entries are being saved so that when Bowe gets home, they’ll always be there for him to read.  Follow this LINK to the Guest Book if you’d like to add your name to it.

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BOWE TUESDAY 215: No man left behind?

Isn’t it time to bring U.S. Army SGT Bowe Bergdahl home?

BOWE TUES 215

As of Tuesday 13 August 2013 SGT Bergdahl has been a prisoner of Taliban-allied forces for 215 weeks!

215 weeks = 1505 days = 36,120 hours

4 years + 1 month + 2 weeks

CAPTIVE!!!

Call your Members of Congress today!  Go to their websites for local contact info or leave a message in Washington D.C. for them.  The D.C. number is (202) 224-3121.  Tell them that you support SGT Bowe Bergdahl and that you’re concerned that there has not been enough done to bring him home.  Tell them that you are counting on them to support all opportunities to obtain his release.  Tell them that you want to be sure that they are keeping his release a top level priority. 

If you want to verify who your Members of Congress are, follow this LINK and use your zip code in the search box

Bowe is counting on YOU.

SGT Bowe Bergdahl, Four Years Captive: How many more?

Today is not just a day, it’s not just another day, it’s another year.  What words can one use to describe something that’s so hard to understand?  It’s not as if those who support Bowe don’t get it, they do.  It’s more like, how does one absorb and communicate the concept of being held as a prisoner by enemy forces for 4 years- for 1,461 days?  And that’s just the concept we’re talking about. The experience part, well let’s just say that it’s pretty much impossible to absorb the incomprehensible. Can we even begin to imagine the daily uncertainty of not knowing if you’ll ever return home- feeling helpless, waiting for a miracle?  It’s a situation which is overwhelming to even think about.  And what about those who are waiting back at home?  How do they cope?  They do cope, yes they do.  They cope because they know that there is something, somebody, bigger than life’s circumstances.  This understanding is where the hope grows. It’s the hope, you know, the hope is why you’re able to cope.

All of us who have come together to work to bring Bowe home are doing something that changes us.  We started out wanting to do something for, to give something to, Bowe and his family.  And before we knew it, we realized that they were giving to us.  They allowed us to be part of what certainly must be the most challenging experience of their lives.  We get to see their steadfast faith; we are witness to the grace with which they live their lives.  We get to see what it looks like to live with hope in the face of seemingly overwhelming circumstances.

As we move from the end of the fourth year of Bowe’s captivity and into the beginning of the fifth, let’s all take a special moment to lift Bowe and his family up in prayer. And we do know that not everyone prays so if you don’t, please envision in your mind a happy and healthy Bowe back home in Hailey.  Let’s all hold onto the hope that Bowe will be reunited with his family before another year has passed.

So we’ll all pull together and continue the mission into­­­­­ year five. We’ll tell Bowe’s story and we’ll invite people to join us in our work.  We’ll hold our elected officials accountable in all matters concerning Bowe.  We’ll each do these things in our own unique way.  That’s the beauty of a grassroots effort; we each get to bring to the table those things that we’re the best at.  And then we draw these things together, united, so we can achieve something that none of us could ever do alone.  Most of all, we don’t give up; surely duty isn’t something that any of us would shirk.  We carry on because we know that the mission isn’t over until the last man comes home.
 
 Now behold, an angel of the Lord stood by him, and a light shone in the prison; and he struck Peter on the side and raised him up, saying, “Arise quickly!” And his chains fell off his hands ~ Acts 12:7

BOWE 4 YEARS CAPTIVE www.supportbowe.org

 
 
 
 
 
 
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