Serving in the US military is generally considered patriotic and an honorable profession. But how can societal changes reflected in the military impact a parent’s view of military service today? What is involved in serving in the military, and how should parents mentor their children considering military service? Mike served as a platoon leader in combat during Desert Storm with the US Army’s Third Armored Cavalry Regiment. In this talk, he discusses practical and philosophical issues about serving in today’s military. Come with questions and be prepared to be challenged in your thinking.

Mike Donnelly is an attorney, writer, adjunct professor of government, and frequent media spokesperson on homeschooling, freedom, and parental rights. At HSLDA, Mike helps member families with legal issues and advocates for homeschooling freedom internationally. Mike’s work on international freedom has appeared in such publications as the International Journal for Religious Freedom and the International Journal of School Choice and Reform. He helped organize the Global Home Education Conference in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and the Global Home Education Conference in 2018 in St. Petersburg and Moscow, Russia. Mike teaches constitutional law at Patrick Henry College and is a US Army veteran. He and his wife homeschool their seven children.

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