“I found myself going the same path many veterans do…”
Chaplain (Major General) Doug Carver, a Rome native, recounts heritage of ministry and the armed forces
“Let us pause and remember …”
How can Southern Baptist churches pay special tribute to and honor war veterans within their congregations this Veteran’s Day?
This is the fifth of a dozen stories highlighting the upcoming Nov. 14-15 annual meeting of the Georgia Baptist Convention in Savannah. The stories are being published on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday through Nov. 11 and include both Convention-related content and a look at how the Savannah Baptist Association is making a Kingdom impact in […]
“It was pretty complex for me. I’d made the transition from warrior to chaplain before 9/11.”
The Pine Hill pastor’s objective is to bless and encourage those whom he serves in the course of a Thursday evening through Sunday morning wild game hunting experience.
Like many of his generation, Master Sgt. Thomas Musselwhite Jr. doesn’t see his World War II military intelligence work as heroic.
Story courtesy of SEBTS Communications WAKE FOREST, NC — Jeff Struecker, lead pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Columbus, GA, and former Ranger and retired chaplain for the United States Army, graduated this spring from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) with a doctor of philosophy in Christian leadership. Struecker was one of the heroes of […]