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Support Your Chaplain

[…]spiritual activities in military units, on bases and posts, and on military vessels in order to encourage believers and to present Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord throughout the military society. This includes outreach and service to all ranks as well as to civilian employees of the military services. When the writing of this material began, we started out with a booklet by Colonel Paul Roush, USMC (Ret.). We soon realized we need an updated approach that will recognize and address the changes taking place in our more expeditionary military and in our chaplaincies. One suggestion to answer the question […]

Know Your Rights!

[…]program. I consider it a major duty of mine to ensure that the funds that are given to OCF are used for the purpose for which they are given. A response to your inquiries about finances and programs. We feel that it is honoring to the Lord to be as open as we can be about our finances and programs. If you have any questions, let me know. Visit office and program sites of an organization to talk personally with the staff. Please come visit us! It’s an absolute joy when people visit the Home Office. Give without being high-pressured […]

We Know This Place Too Well

[…]and through him and to him are all things. To him be the glory forever! Amen” (Romans 11:33-36). We know this place too well… Living in a State of Wonder When did we stop living in a state of wonder? Remember when we first got here for BCT, how we didn’t know where anything was and we were constantly surprised and we couldn’t wait for every last bite at Mitch’s? The surprises weren’t always good.  But there was mystery, excitement, apprehension, relief, joy, pain, hope, blood, sweat, and sometimes tears. Each day was definitely new. We were alive! Remember our […]

The Line Officer and the Chaplain

[…]chaplains will enable you to reinforce one another rather than compete or conflict. Your guidance to chaplains, and your response to their advice, will be wiser and more effective. You’ll have a quicker grasp of the chaplain’s professional role, responsibilities, and constraints. Finally, since you’ll have this background, you’ll be able to focus more time on getting to know the chaplain personally. A chapel ministry offers a springboard for expansion for Christ’s kingdom within the military. In the two to three years you spend at a duty station, you can mature in your own Christian life and witness among military […]

Interview with Chaplain Beach

[…]programs are provided. He is responsible for what occurs on his base. This means he will want to know and exercise approval or disapproval of programs. The special staff professional who is provided to assist him is the chaplain. Officers’ Christian Fellowship groups meeting or advertising on any base (including quarters areas) should submit to the military authority of the command via the chaplain. Any Christian commander will do well to know what groups are meeting on his base and what they are all about. When religious organizations wish to operate on base, they must be subordinate to military authority. […]
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