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May 06, 2006


Pat in NC

Thank you for giving us a little insight into the life of a chaplain and our military. I thank God for all of you.

Kat in GA

thank you so much for posting this! I have always, always felt that Chaplains have one of the most difficult jobs in the military ~ chaplains hold a special spot in my heart and in my prayers. This post just confirms what I've felt all along.

Hang in there - you are in the prayers of many.


Her book was very good,too.You're,as always, in our prayers!


What a powerful post. Thank you. I was not able to read the whole thing, to be honest. It is quite long, and I had to keep coming back to it. I just love the hearts of godly people. You are the tops! :)

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