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Navy Base San Diego

Local Leader:  LT (CHC) Edwin & Angeles Handley, USN Email: [email protected] Phone: (360) 914-8447 Day and Time: We meet on the 3rd Wednesday of the month @ 1100 (ship’s schedule permitting), in the Wardroom on board the USS Somerset (currently on Pier 4). Please call/text/email if you need […]

[…]maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Anna Van […]

Navy-Submarine

Submarine Community Coordinator: LT Will Parker, USN Email [email protected], Phone: 720-341-6672 Mission : To encourage and equip submariners to bear witness to the gospel within the submarine force by connecting them to local OCF fellowships. Identify and engage submariners to start an OCF Bible study where fellowships do not […]

Understanding Religious Rights | Episode 004

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040327-N-1261P-058 Navy Chaplain, Lt. Marc Massie assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Seventy Four (NMCB-74) studies his Bible for an upcoming service, Fallujah, Iraq, March 27, 2004. Massie is also the head coordinator for the battalions United Through Reading Program, which enables deployed Sailors to read stories on video tape to their children, which are then mailed home to their loved ones. NMCB-74 is currently deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF). ). (U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class Eric Powell) […]

Making the ‘no greater love’ sacrifice

[…]also making the same “no greater love” sacrifice as this brave quartet. — Ben, a Navy veteran, ministers as a chaplain to chaplains for Adopt-A-Chaplain. He also authored two books, God I’ve Got A Problem and The Shaping of A Man of […]

Time, Talent, Treasure: Retirees

[…]cadets and midshipmen one-on-one. Gwynn Vaughn first heard of OCF while attending the Army-Navy banquet, and later led Bible studies as a West Point cadet, attended OCU conferences, and was at Spring Canyon’s first-ever summer camp season in 1962. The Vaughns also serve as Spring Canyon Advisory Council members. Feeling “especially burdened for those in the military, ” over the years the Vaughns led chapel Bible studies, mentored couples and ministered to West Point cadets. “Both of us came from chapel-going families, but neither one of us really heard about Jesus there,” said Kit, a former Army nurse. “It’s easy […]
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