A Few Good Men iden­ti­fies local needs and calls men and women to action to meet those needs. Agree­ing with Edmund Burke “all that is nec­es­sary for the tri­umph of evil is that good men do noth­ing,” A Few Good Men chal­lenges cit­i­zens to embrace their respon­si­bil­ity to serve and pro­tect the defense­less. In response to Jesus Christ’s entreaty to “love the Lord your God…and love your neigh­bor as your­self,” A Few Good Men seeks to equip ser­vant lead­ers to plead the cause of the afflicted and needy, break down walls of iso­la­tion, and affirm the intrin­sic worth of human life by serv­ing those who can give noth­ing in return. Part­ner­ing with indi­vid­u­als, churches, busi­nesses, local gov­ern­ment, and non-profit orga­ni­za­tions, A Few Good Men estab­lishes a true safety net of rela­tion­ships, fos­ter­ing com­mu­nity independence.