Encouraging Those Who Serve
In this challenging time for our nation, Steve Amerson believes that God has opened doors for him to reach out and touch the hearts of our military and their families. He has been honored to have opportunities to encourage, pray for and stand along side those in the military community allowing him to serve those who serve.
The Spirit of America
Steve Amerson’s mission is to proclaim freedom and faith and celebrate The Spirit of America. Because of that, he is regularly asked to participate in funerals at Arlington National Cemetery, at events for the Congressional Medal of Honor Society and Foundation, The Gary Sinise Foundation, Snowball Express, Sky Ball, The Yellow Ribbon Salute to Veterans and countless other events in support of military families throughout the United States.
Honoring Our Nation’s Heroes
Steve believes the sacrifice of our nation’s heroes deserves nothing less than his own sacrificial service. Through the power of a song, he provides strength in times of discouragement, comfort in times of grief, and hope in times of despair.
We Need Your Help
Steve oftentimes travels across the country to lend his presence and his voice without receiving remuneration. He is called to support those who have sacrificed for our nation but he needs your help. Through The Spirit of America the cost of travel, lodging, Steve’s time and other expenses are covered.
These events are strategic opportunities to honor and serve those who serve – it could be:
- Standing alongside a grieving family at Arlington National Cemetery
- Singing for and encouraging orphans and widows of our military
- Spending time with the widow of a Medal of Honor recipient as they grieve their loss.
- Singing at fundraising events to support the USO, Wounded Warriors, Snowball Express, The American Fallen Soldiers Project or other worthwhile causes.
Financial support to cover travel, lodging and other expenses is urgent. Please consider how you might help The Spirit of America in using the power of song to bring encouragement to those in need and honor our military. The need is great and the need is now.