Category Archives: Army Reserves

The Prince of Peace at the U.S. Army War College

Did you know that the United States Army War College has an ambassador? Ambassador Carol van Voorst lives on post and represents our nation to the numerous high level international students who come to the War College, from the United … Continue reading

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A Company of Heroes and the Hope We Have in Winning the War

This morning’s Wall Street Journal article, “Hasan’s Army Unit Ships Out” proves what many of us have known: When you are in the presence of the overwhelming majority of men and women in the US military, it is most fitting, … Continue reading

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Is There Not a Cause? World War One, Easy Believism, and the Kingdom of God

“And David said, What have I now done? Is there not a cause?” (1 Samuel 17.29 ESV) The last combat veteran on record from World War I died recently. Cpl. Howard V. Ramsey died in his sleep on February 22 … Continue reading

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We are in a War

I am a pastor. And I am a US Army Reserve chaplain. And tonight the two of those roles came together with one call. A father of a young Marine, who has been on two tours in Iraq, and who … Continue reading

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Tenderfoot

My son, John Michael, is on his first Boy Scout camping trip, which, we are praying, will lead to his Tenderfoot badge in scouts. The thing is: it stormed last night and rained even more this morning. The sun is … Continue reading

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