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REAP Regiment of Veterans (RRV)


We hold monthly Zoom meetings that provide a safe community for veteran brothers and sisters who wish to stay connected.

Our program exists to:

  • Bring veterans together for fellowship through Zoom.

  • Offer veterans the opportunity to share their stories – to include victories and concerns.

  • Share spiritual truths for encouragement and direction.

  • Learn new strategies to deal with post-military issues.

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Fellow veterans, as a proud US Army Vietnam Veteran, I served "in-country" for two years from July 1967 - July 1969.  Having been a soldier who fought and survived the 1968 Tet Offensive, I believe my life was spared for a good reason. That reason is to serve my fellow veterans! Our battle is not yet over. Too many of our brothers and sisters are still hurting and dying. They need our help. Will you please join us in the battle for their lives? - Michael Snook

Our Mission
To offer Christian fellowship, healing resources, and educational opportunities to veterans and in doing so, glorify God.

Our Vision
Outreach to the world for Jesus; one veteran at a time. To assist veterans and their families by providing a spiritual haven “where lives connect” with Christ and with other Christians and the RRV community. To establish a resource and referral network addressing issues and concerns of veterans, i.e., PTSD healing classes, educational opportunities through REAP, and veteran conferences and seminars.  

Veterans need a place where they can share their experiences.  They need a safe place where they can share and grow from their combat experience into the person God has called them to be.


They need an organization that will provide them with a listening ear, a place for confession, and a heart of compassion that will become a haven for veterans and their families.

REAP Regiment of Veterans (RRV) can be that place. We invite you to consider joining us. 



The Journey Back program allows the veterans to revisit the country they served in such a long time ago. We take the veterans back to where they were injured so they can heal. Younger veterans join us and experience the reality of a war that occurred before their time of service.


This is a Dave Roever and REAP International program for the veteran. Come and join Dave Roever and REAP International for a Vietnam tour /missions trip. Embark on a journey with a new mission. 


The Journey Forward program allows the veteran to continue to heal! They continue forward with the closure process that began years ago. This is a Dave Roever and REAP International program for the veteran, spouse, and the family. It promises to be an outstanding and memorable experience.

This is a time of fellowship and sharing memories of God’s deliverance from evil, which so many have experienced. Come praying for and believing for a spiritual renewal for yourself and those to whom we minister.


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This school exists to provide spiritual discipleship and training for ministry for military personnel, their families, and veterans. We connect with churches and pastors to reach the veterans and share the Bible which will
heal them.

The Military School of Discipleship offers two programs of study – Christian Life and Christian Service. The Christian Life Program provides discipleship training and orientation to new believers. The Christian Service Program provides ministry training for those who are called to perform the task of building up the body of Christ.

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The All Veterans program is a Dave Roever and REAP International program for wounded warriors, chaplains, line officers, and leaders. The program is held at Eagles Summit Ranch Colorado and Texas.


The program is facilitated by Dave Roever, whose work with veterans was born out of the tragedy of his own experiences. You will leave fulfilled, hopeful, and proud to be one of the veterans who make America the greatest nation in the world.
The goal of the program is to reconnect the Veterans to Faith, Family and Friends by providing unique seminars on Family Relations, Substance
Abuse, PTSD, etc. conducted by fellow veterans who have overcome great difficulties through the power of FAITH.



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What readers are saying : 



"brutally honest struggles"


"emotional read"

"amazing story"

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Michael Snook was born in Minnesota. He graduated from high school, joined the U.S. Army and went to Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri for basic training. He took advanced training at Fort Huachuca, Arizona and Fort Gordon, Georgia. After training he deployed to Vietnam in July 1967, where he spent the next two years. He studied the Vietnamese language on his own before joining the Army. His language skills became proficient while in country, and he had many opportunities to use his linguistic skills after the TET offensive in January 1968.


There are more than 20 million living veterans throughout the United States, from our Greatest Generation to our recent heroes coming home from Afghanistan and Iraq.

And yet, there is no single monument or museum dedicated to the Veteran’s experience. There are institutions that focus on specific conflicts or branches of service, but there hasn’t been a place for us all to join together to celebrate and honor the sacrifice of all of our veterans, past and present… until now.


The National Veterans Memorial and Museum, officially designated by the Federal Government, opened on Saturday, October 27, 2018.

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