Maj. Wayne Keast has retired from service as an active duty U.S. Army chaplain effective July 1. Chaplain Keast came to the Regular Baptist Chaplaincy family from a different endorsing agency in 2008 while he was serving at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, Colo. He was subsequently assigned to Fort Meade in Maryland as his final assignment.
Wayne and his wife, ...more
FORT JACKSON, S.C.—Calling Chaplain Stan Beach a “living legend,” Chief of Navy Chaplains Mark Tidd led a dedication ceremony at the Naval Chaplaincy School and Center, naming the building “Stanley J. Beach Hall.”
Chaplain Beach enlisted in the US Naval Reserve in 1953, later becoming an active duty chaplain endorsed by the GARBC. He earned a Bronze Star and a Purple ...more
In his speech at Arlington National Cemetery on May 26, 2003, President George W. Bush said,
“On Memorial Day, Americans place flags on military graves, walk past a wall of black granite in Washington, D.C., and many families think of a face and voice they miss so much. Today, we honor the men and women who have worn the nation's uniform ...more