Army Chaplain Recruiting Station, South Central

Army Chaplain Recruiting Station, South Central The South Central U.S. Army Chaplain Recruiting Team covers the states of TX, OK, KS, MO, IL, AK, and LA. Please do not post personal information on this page. If you have a personal question, please email: usarmy.knox.usarec.list.9d1x.mail.mil.
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05/27/2020
173rd Airborne Brigade

173rd Airborne Brigade

#SkySoldiers, we find ourselves facing a situation that no other "Herd" member has ever faced. If you are feeling down or need a little bit of inspiration to get you through the day, then listen to our Brigade Chaplain, Maj. Light Shin as he talks about our past and how that could help with your future.

Sky Soldiers!

#Lethal #Agile #CombatReady #StrongEurope

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(U.S. Army video by Staff Sgt. Jacob Sawyer)

05/20/2020
U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

What have you learned through this season of COVID-19? What has the pain produced in you? In this video, Chaplain (MAJ) Erik Alfsen, The 75th Ranger Regiment, shares how perspective matters. “This season of our lives can actually bring us purpose, and you may be better for it.”

2 Corinthians 4:18: "So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.”

#Care4Souls #RLTW #ArmyChaplainCorps #USArmy
#75thRangerRegiment #WisdomWednesday

05/16/2020
U.S. ARMY Chaplain tells you why he joined the Chaplain Corps.

One of your own Chaplain Recruiters, Chaplain Ryan McKinnon, shares his story: From Combat Medic, to ROTC Cadet, then Chaplain Candidate, and ultimately a Chaplain on Active Duty.

U.S. Army Chaplain, Captain Ryan McKinnon, Chaplain recruiter based out of Dallas, TX, speaks to everyone on his Army story and why he joined the military. H...

U.S. Army Chaplain Corps
05/14/2020

U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

The Department of Ministry and Pastoral Care held an event for Madigan Army Medical Center celebrating the National Day of Prayer on 7 May. The event drew 20 participants who maintained physical distance from one another while wearing masks. All staff were invited and all faith groups were welcome to participate. The program involved a time of corporate prayer at the MAMC flagpole in which different volunteers prayed for our nation, our government leaders, the military, families, health care workers and religious freedom. The group then moved down to the Madigan Pond allowing participants time to spend in personal prayer. The ceremony concluded with the singing of "Amazing Grace" and a benediction.

Prayer is a spiritual discipline that allows people to connect deeper with their theological beliefs and practices. Prayer done as a community strengthens relationships and increases resiliency for each person that participates.

#Care4Souls #ArmyChaplainCorps #NationalDayOfPrayer

05/13/2020
Fort Riley Religious Support

Fort Riley Religious Support

CH (1LT) Turbeville gives us the straight answer about our integrity.
#SpiritofVictory #Care4Souls
Victory Begins in the Soul

U.S. Army Chaplain Corps
05/12/2020

U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

Chaplain (COL) Dawud Agbere was featured in this ABC News story about observing Ramadan:

https://abcnews.go.com/US/combating-hate-amid-pandemic-ramadan-tradition-building-bridges/story?id=70619053

In the Army Chaplain Corps, a chaplain is responsible for providing religious and spiritual support to Soldiers of all faiths and backgrounds and according to Agbere, "interfaith dialogue" and a focus on "our common humanity" is at the heart of the chaplaincy.

"Even the Quran emphasizes that differences will always be there, but what is important is how we treat each other," Agbere said. "I tell my Soldiers, if you go out there and find somebody on the ground hurting, the last question you ask them is, what is your faith? What is your tribe? What is your ethnicity? No, you don't do that. The first thing you do is 'how can I help you?'"

#Care4Souls #ArmyChaplainCorps

U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School
05/12/2020

U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School

Explore the opportunity to be a chaplain ... a leader, a servant leader in the U.S. Army. “Bringing Soldiers to God, and God to Soldiers.” #care4souls #ForGodAndCountry goarmy.com/chaplain

05/12/2020
U.S. Army

U.S. Army

The faces behind the masks.

#Soldiers and Public Health Service Officers fighting #COVID19 at the TCF Center in Detroit, Michigan.

U.S. Northern Command, through U. S. Army North (Fifth Army), is providing military support to FEMA to help communities in need.

#InThisTogether #ArmyCOVID19Fight #NationalNursesWeek

Video by Spc. Brian Pearson

U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School
05/07/2020

U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School

#WisdomWednesday

05/06/2020
U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

Chaplain Mark ‘Bo’ Waldo is an Army Reservist currently assigned to The 75th Ranger Regimentgiment. He provides words of encouragement for #WisdomWednesday and reminds us that we all face obstacles in life, but none of us have to face them alone.
#USArmyChaplainCorps #Care4Souls #ForGodandCountry #USArmy #RLTW

04/30/2020
U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

#prayinginboots

Chaplain (MG) Thomas Solhjem, #USArmy Chief of Chaplains, provides a tour of his telework operations center in his basement, showing that he has everything needed in one room for the body, the mind, and the spirit. He advises, “No matter how austere your conditions are, maintain your physical, mental and spiritual bearings every day.”

#Care4Souls #ArmyChaplainCorps #ForGodandCountry

04/29/2020
U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

As we close out the month of April (National Poetry Month), please enjoy this poem and share one of yours.

Poem Title: "When thou Passest though the Waters"
Author: Annie Johnson Flint

Chaplain (CPT) Angelo DeGuerre
926th Engineer Battalion

#Care4Souls #ArmyChaplainCorps #PoemOfTheDay

04/28/2020
1-14th Aviation Regiment

#prayinginboots

Tomahawk's Chaplain CPT Dyke's with words of encouragement for the team. Through a 6 series video episode titled FOCUS, he reminds us to stand firm on our faith.

04/27/2020
U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

#prayinginboots

Chaplain (MG) Tom Solhjem, #USArmy Chief of Chaplains, is inviting the Chaplain Corps Family to participate in the National Day of Prayer on May 7. We are asking for short prayer videos in your faith tradition be sent to our U.S. Army Chaplain Corps Facebook inbox. Send them now and we will post them throughout the day on May 7th. Members of the Chaplain Corps, family, and friends are all welcome to submit prayers.

#Care4Souls #ArmyChaplainCorps #NationalDayOfPrayer #PrayGodsGlory

04/24/2020
U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

Today, the U.S. Army Reserve celebrates 112 years of history across 20 time zones in service to the Army and the Nation. Chaplains and Religious Affairs Specialists are among the nearly 200,000 Army Reserve Soldiers serving around the world.

Video by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret.

#USARBirthday112 #20TimeZones2020 #ArmyChaplainCorps #Care4Souls #56M #goarmyreserve

04/24/2020
LTG Charles D Luckey

Happy birthday to the Army Reserve

The Army Reserve started in 1908 as an auxiliary to augment combat medical capability in the U.S. Army, and here we are today in 2020 doing just that.

I could not be prouder of each and every one of you on our team.

Keep Pounding...
DE6

#prayinginboots
04/23/2020

#prayinginboots

#TBT: On Dec. 3, 1993, retired Chaplain (LTC) Abdul-Rasheed Muhammad became the first Muslim chaplain in the United States Armed Forces.

Before DoD could accept Muslim chaplains into the armed forces, an endorsing agency had to be agreed upon. All military chaplains are representatives of a faith group that endorses the chaplain's ministry and is accepted by the military.

When the Islamic Society of North America was established as the first Islamic endorsing body, Muhammad submitted his paperwork and ultimately was accepted.

CH Muhammad highlighted the importance of caring for the diversity of souls in our Army when he said, "We (members of the Chaplain Corps) are the ones who represent religious support -- morale, morals, ethics. I think we have to have good representation from all the faith groups - not just Muslims, but from Christians and Jews and others."

#Care4Souls #ArmyChaplainCorps

04/23/2020
U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

#prayinginboots

Chaplain (COL) Khallid Shabazz provides a message for the start of Ramadan, a special time for Muslim Soldiers to recalibrate and reconcile with God. For the next 30 days, Muslims around the world will abstain from eating or drinking during daylight hours.

Video courtesy of ARCENTCOM UMT.

#Care4Souls #ArmyChaplainCorps #Ramadan

04/22/2020
U.S. Army

#readytoserve #prayinginboots #whatsyourwarrior

When the unbelievable happens, we get to work.

Learn more at https://go.usa.gov/xv9wN.

#GoArmy #ArmyTeam

04/22/2020
West Point Chaplains

West Point Chaplains

CH (CPT) Delana Small with a word of encouragement for our cadets during these times of uncertainty.

#prayinginboots
04/22/2020

#prayinginboots

USACHCS Commandant, Chap. (COL) Bryan Walker and Command Sergeant Major, CSM John Tanchak gather with the Unit Ministry Team of Chap (CPT) Stewart and religious affairs specialist, SGT Jones outside of a Fort Jackson Chapel to discuss religious support to Soldiers during COVID-19. #ArmyChaplainCorps #Care4souls #ForGodAndCountry

04/21/2020
U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

Chaplain Alison Ward provides words of motivation and the importance of taking time to be still and rest.

#Care4Souls #ArmyChaplainCorps

04/17/2020
63rd Readiness Division - 63rd RD

63rd Readiness Division - 63rd RD

CH (Col.) Joanne Martindale, command chaplain, 63rd Readiness Division talks about the importance of a helping hand.

#USArmyReserve #Soldiers #TakingCareofEachOther #StayingConnected #63rdRDFamilyPrograms

The mission of the Army never stops! #prayinginboots
04/16/2020

The mission of the Army never stops! #prayinginboots

Soldiers of The Old Guard conduct military funeral honors for Retired Command Sgt. Maj. Robert M. Belch. The Old Guard has an essential mission to honor the fallen. Given current health protection guidance from the Secretary of Defense, Old Guard Soldiers wear face coverings to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 while executing the Memorial Affairs mission.

CSM Belch served in the Army for 26 years, where he was a Combat Engineer with the 42nd Infantry, 142nd Combat Engineer Battalion, Rainbow Division. He was among the first 192 Soldiers to wear the rank of Command Sergeant Major when it was created. As a decorated World War II veteran, he earned several commendations that included the Legion of Merit.

U.S. Army Chaplain Corps
04/15/2020
U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

Chaplain (MG) Thomas Solhjem is quoted in this Task & Purpose article that focuses on how the Army is utilizing digital technology to provide support for Soldiers and families during this current crisis:

“We’ve got to stay socially and spiritually connected with each other even while we practice the physical distancing," Solhjem said. "It’s become apparent to me, there’s an awakening how important our faith, our family, our friends, and our fellow coworkers and teammates are to us. I think this situation has made that clear."

#Care4Souls #ArmyChaplainCorps

04/14/2020

How do you serve your community? #calledtoserve #prayinginboots #whatsyourwarrior

04/09/2020
U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

Happy anniversary to Army Special Forces! #prayinginboots #deoppressoliber

Happy 33rd Anniversary, Army Special Forces! #OTD: The Special Forces branch was established as a basic branch of the #USArmy on April 9, 1987.

Chaplain Chris Dickey, Command Chaplain for the 1st Special Forces Command (Airborne) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, prays the Special Forces prayer, on behalf of the great men and women who make up the U.S. Army Special Operations Command.

#Care4Souls #ArmyChaplainCorps #GreenBerets #SpecialForces

04/09/2020
U.S. Army 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion

CH Krystal Charles shares the message that we are still here to help you answer your Call! #prayinginboots

The U.S. Army South Central Chaplain Recruiting Station is open by phone and online, and Chaplain Charles has an important message to share!

#prayinginboots #Care4Souls #whatsyourwarrior #ForGodandCountry #prayerwarriors #ArmyChaplains

U.S. Army Chaplain Corps | US Army Recruiting Command (USAREC) | U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School | US Army Medical Recruiting Brigade

04/08/2020
U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

U.S. Army Chaplain Corps

Chaplain Andrew Harewood provides words of encouragement for #WisdomWednesday.

#Care4Souls #ArmyChaplainCorps #ForGodandCountry

04/08/2020
Hohenfels Chapel Community

Hohenfels Chapel Community

Please join us for Hohenfels Chaplains' weekly devotionals that will be posted every Wednesday. Today CH (CPT) Randy Croel, Mustang 77A and Associate Pastor, will share his devotional "Learning to Lament" from Psalm 6:2-7, 9. Thank you.

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The Four Chaplains

The Four Chaplains are memorialized at the U.S. Army Chaplain School house for what it means to be a chaplain. “Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends” (John 15:13). On February 3, 1943, the U.S. Army Transport Dorchester was struck by a German submarine. The four Army Chaplains, a Jewish Rabbi, a Roman Catholic Priest, a Dutch Reformed minister, and a Methodist, spead out among the Soldiers, calming the firghtened, tending to the wounded, and guiding the disoriented toward safetey. When the chaplains realized there were not enough life jackets for all they soldiers, they gave up thier jackects to those in need.

As the ship when down, suvivors later reported, that they could see the four chaplians--arms linked and braced gainst the slanting deck. Their voices could be heard offering prayers and singing hymms. Later Congress authorized and the President awarded these brave men A Special Medal for Heroism. An honor that was never given before or since.