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November 02, 2006


Jeffrey Johnson

Well said Pastor Corey. Keep up the good work. We miss you back in New London, but we can all be so thankful to God for having been blessed with you and all the other U.S. troops serving us around the world.


Very well put, I really enjoyed reading this posting. I'm going to keep that thought at work with me for that extra motivation.


Thank you, Pastor CB. These are words to live by, definitely. God bless your men whom you are praying for as well as your family and you.

Judee Dufresne

Hello Pastor Corey, I am thankful you are there for our military. If I can be of any help through prayer or the like, I volunteer. I cover our military with Psalm 91 each and every day and night. God bless and help you in Jesus' name. amen

My blog spot is http://dufresnedesign@blogspot.com

Judee Dufresne

correction on my blogspot it is http://dufresnedesign.blogspot.com

Troy Parson

Corey, I don't know if you remember me. I was one of the chaplain candidates from Bethel Sem. I have been stationed at Fort Riley, KS for the last year. We are on orders to Iraq to replace the 34th ID. Do you by any chance know who is leaving around March? Please email me. God bless, I can tell you are doing great work for God.
Blessings, Troy

Chaplain Virginia Carreiro

During the ordination liturgy in my church, when the candidate is asked if s/he is ready, it's not just a yes. I agree with your reflection that who knows if they are ready, and ready for what. So, the answer during ordination is "I am, With God's Help."

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