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March 22, 2006


Paul Cross

There is yet another anchor you can count on: The anchor of friends. We continue to pray for you and for all to whom you offer spiritual care, comfort and guidance, and the Gospel of Christ.

Kat in GA

And another anchor: Those of us back here at home, who support you all wholeheartedly, completely, unconditionally, and absolutely. Your nation loves you all and is proud of you - you are covered with love and prayers of millions. If you need anything, just holler - we'll do what we can to help ya out.

Kat in GA

My Prayer
Ted Hibbard
Friend and Fellow Traveler

I pray
That God will bring you
Where there’s been pain
Where there’s been discord
Where there’s been loneliness

I pray
That God will bring you
Where there’s been sorrow
Where there’s been inequality
Where there’s been chaos

I pray
That He will heal your human heart
and help you face tomorrow
With a renewed sense of
And wisdom.


Hello! I just found your site as a link from "Kat in GA"'s- my husband is a chaplain who will be returning from Iraq very soon (you can check out his blog at www.chaplainfisher.com)- I look forward to reading about your journey as well! Stay strong, and keep blogging!

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  • On 22 November 05 I received orders to report to Ft Shelby, Mississippi. I have been ordered to join the 1st Brigade Combat Team from Minnesota. I will be the chaplain of the 1-125 Field Artillary Unit, which is being re-tasked as a convoy security unit. We will leave for Iraq in the spring of 2006. Here is the story of my journey.

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