I wrote this in high school. I now find it humorous. I offer no further commentary and, like a good exegetical scholar, will let the text speak for itself. Enjoy. In everything that they did, they trained together. They learned each others strengths and each others weaknesses. Knowing everything about each member of the team allowed … More Team Freedom: Operation Skyline (Chapter 2)
I wrote this in high school. I now find it humorous. I offer no further commentary and, like a good exegetical scholar, will let the text speak for itself. Enjoy. Chase McKnight stood before the fulfillment of his dreams. The Police Academy. For all his life he had wanted to be a police officer. The … More Team Freedom: Operation Skyline (Chapter 1)
It’s the time of year again. The time where I think back to some of the best new music I was pumping into my brain over the past 12 months. I didn’t buy as many albums this year but the ones I did buy were pretty stinking great even the ones that didn’t make this … More My Top Five Albums of 2016
Last week I had the opportunity to preach at Chapel Next for the first time since May. It was great to work through this important and challenging topic and then get to share it with the congregation. I felt a little bit rusty but I hope it is a blessing to you.
Well, I’ve been home from Europe for about seven weeks now. The first few weeks of being back were spent doing “reintegration.” Which for us was essentially classes, a physical, and leave. It’s hard to describe what coming home feels like. Surreal. Joyful. Anxious. Stepping off the bus at Fort Stewart and knowing my wife … More Adventures in The Chaplaincy: Coming Home and Reintegration
CH Hughes is a Chaplain I met at the beginning of my journey into the Chaplaincy. You can go back and look at all my posts on this blog from when I was in CHBOLC in the summer of 2008 and Dwayne was a part of that. He was in my platoon and he is … More Chaplain Stories: CH (MAJ) Dwayne Hughes
It’s Veterans Day. One of the things that I hear from time to time is that right now there is a greater divide than there has ever been between the military world and the civilian world. One of the reasons is by virtue of an all volunteer force and not having any sort of draft … More Chaplain Stories: CH (MG) Doug Carver (RET)