This holiday season, remember all our chaplains as they minister on the front lines, in a squad car, or at a bedside. Also remember the men and women who are at this moment away from home, protecting our freedoms and liberties.
GARBC chaplain CPT Mark Worrell, and his wife, Shelly, had the unique opportunity to attend a dinner for military servicemembers and their spouses, hosted by Vice President Mike Pence and Second Lady Karen Pence.
The River Church wrapped up its prison ministry for the season in late September after reaching more than 40,000 inmates in a total of 21 prisons in Ohio and Michigan.
Ch. (Col) John Murdoch, retired director and endorser of Regular Baptist Chaplaincy, was named deputy chief of chaplains for the Civil Air Patrol.
Patrick Ireland, a chaplain with Regular Baptist Chaplaincy, was promoted to the rank of major.
Ch. (CPT) Peter Klotzbach of the Florida National Guard conducted a chapel service with soldiers while deployed in St. Petersburg, Florida, in support of recovery operations in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
Iowa Regular Baptist Camp welcomed Chaplain Manning Brown, director of Regular Baptist Chaplaincy, and his wife, Jennifer, during a seniors retreat in August.
Our nation is blessed in so many ways, and on Memorial Day, we remember the blessings that have come through sacrifice, protecting us from oppression and giving us freedom.
Manning Brown, director of Regular Baptist Chaplaincy, spoke during chapel at Clarks Summit University.
Ch. (CMDR) Bill Gasser retired from the United States Navy Reserve after 43 years of service.
Ch. Pam Russell received Indiana’s highest award for any Hoosier, the “Sagamore of the Wabash.”
Among the 15,000 service members involved in the 58th Inauguration of the President of the United States was CH (CPT) Mark Worrell.
The saying goes, “It is better to give than to receive.” Perhaps no better examples of giving are chaplains.
Chaplain Jack Stumme was promoted to the rank of colonel during a ceremony held at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.
Emmanuel Baptist Church, Flint, Michigan, highlighted the ministry of Regular Baptist Chaplaincy during its missions conference.
Army R.O.T.C. cadets take a break from Cadet Summer Training to attend chapel services at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Roughly 10,000 cadets, supported by nearly 5,000 …
Chaplaincy is not an end it itself. It’s only the beginning of a much broader ministry than one might have imagined.
Nearly 20 chaplains attended training sessions on stress management Tuesday, prior to the start of the GARBC Conference in Oswego, Illinois.
Manning Brown, director of Regular Baptist Chaplaincy, spoke during the morning service at CrossRoad Baptist Church, Ames, Iowa.
GARBC Chaplain (CPT) Patrick Ireland baptized Army private Hayden Brewer during a chapel service Jan. 31. Prior to his baptism, Brewer shared his testimony with …
Earlier this month I had the opportunity to attend annual training in the Washington, D.C., area. The training, which is required for all ecclesiastical endorsing …
Every Christmas brings with it the reflection, and in many cases the nostalgia, of Christmases past.
Manning Brown, director of Regular Baptist Chaplaincy, spoke during a multi-church Thanksgiving service hosted by Berea (Ohio) Baptist Church on Nov. 24. Brown gave historical …
Manning Brown, director of Regular Baptist Chaplaincy, spoke during Byron (Michigan) Baptist Church’s Veterans Day service Nov. 15.
A simple “thank you” gave one veteran and his family, perhaps, some justification, some rationale for the time being separated, the worry and the not knowing.
GARBC Chaplain (CPT) Ryan Schildroth leads an early morning invocation with U.S. Army paratroopers assigned to the 112th Signal Battalion, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, prior …
Chaplain John Jensen talks with a solider while deployed to Southwest Asia. He is one of three GARBC chaplains currently deployed in support of U.S. …