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A 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Dedicated to
Providing Biblical Counseling,
Service Dogs, and Veteran Advocacy

Randy Gracy, Owner Sword & Shield / Southern Biker Magazines

Randy Gracy, Owner Sword & Shield / Southern Biker Magazines

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“I fully endorse Fallen Soldiers March. I’m a personal believer that a Service Animal can make all the difference in the world as I have a medical Service Animal myself. Animals can and do sense things that may not be right in person whether it be medical, physical or psychological. God gave them extreme senses not only to detect, but help in healing those that need their assistance. They help give us a sense of well-being, better than if they were not there. My dog Gracie means the world to me, and the Fallen Soldiers March makes sure soldiers that need these Service Animals receive them and help them restore some of their self and well-being; safety and heartfelt compassion come from those trusted K9s. It’s a bond that only the two can understand.”

Background
Randy Gracy is the owner of the Sword & Shield Magazine (motorcycle magazine for Police Officers who ride after work) and the Southern Biker Magazine. His family is extensive in the military field with his sons being US Marines, his brother-n-law a Major General US Army Retired, nephew a Captain in the US Army and list goes on and on.

Christ called him when he was but 16 years of age. He holds a strong conviction for God not just from his being born again, but with personal experiences for himself, family members and friends who have needed the hand of God to help. 21 years ago, his convictions became strong as ever after his daughter went into a comma for four months due to a jet-ski accident and everyone including the doctors were giving up; but not Randy. On his knees, he begged God, “God, show me you are real. Let everyone see your power. If you let her live, if you heal her, if you allow her to walk out of this hospital, I promise to praise your name and pray for those that need help and help those in need when I can.” She began to awake from her four month comma a few days after that prayer and two months afterwards, with assistance, walked out of the hospital, heading home. She’s only at 80%, but Randy became a changed man and 100% at God’s will. Never offering real time and assistance before, he then became involved for the first time with charities and assisting in raising funds for them including military charities. Today he supports well over 40 charities. He is the Founder and heads up the Tennessee National Guard Toy Run that is in its 12th year and benefits the TNNG giving back to the community and its own.

He is an active member of the Blue Knights Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club. He holds a BS Degree in Marketing from the University of Tennessee.

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