In Still to Fight On, Dr. Quentin White proposes a ministry model for African American veterans in VA hospitals. Inspired by his service in the military, veteran’s hospital, and the African Methodist Episcopal Church, Dr. White offers a unique perspective on how to serve these veterans and by extension, all veterans in hospitals and religious settings. Using autobiographical, theological, biblical, historical, and practical resources, Dr. White suggests ways to break through the alienation, woundedness, suspicion, and mistrust of Black veterans toward the system, to deeper relationships with self, others and God. Still to Fight On is one veteran’s way of helping chaplains, counselors, ministers, veterans’ advocates, clinicians, and caregivers of Black veterans gain new insights on their work with Black veterans. In addition to veterans themselves, anyone who has a passion for the survival and wholeness of those who have worn their country’s uniform and, in some cases, carry the scars of battle, should welcome this resource.