Our man, Vince aka M.O.G., has been coming to our Wounded Warrior Day at the Beach for about the last year. His personality is as big as his wonderful smiles brightens anyones day. We often walk away from our conversations with him with a sore stomach from laughing so much! We truly enjoy having him around and look forward to being a part of his journey on the road ahead.
More from Vince himself:

Aloha, I’m Vincent Hall and I’ve recently retired from the military after 33-years of faithful service in 2021’.  I’ve uniquely served in all four branches of our U.S. Military, culminating with my last duty station at Camp Zama Japan, with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

I go by the moniker and nickname “MOG”.  Not to be confused with emoji but phonetically they’re similar.

It stands for “Man of God” and it’s my formal attestation of how I’m living my life for Christ.

I’m a minister and I have a powerful earth-moving testimony, about what led me to ministry; love; forgiveness; loyalty; humility; redemption; and restoration.

I’m blessed to be able to share my testimony with all that have a willing ear.  I appreciate everyone at AccesSurf and your support for us wounded warriors.  What you do is immeasurably important.  You empower and motivate us and I’m glad to be a part of your Ohana.

Bravo Zulu for a job well done!

Please continue to support all our veterans and people with disabilities.  I look forward to growing physically, spirituality and mentally with your program.

Grace, Mercy, and Peace

Vincent Hall, Ret., MOG