The E-Kit: Faith Makes A Difference
You can make a difference
The military is a unique culture with unique needs. And faith in Jesus Christ is making the difference in the lives of military men, women, veterans and their families.
The E-Kit seminar is showing churches and individuals how they can make an eternal difference in the lives of those who are sacrificing so much for us.
The seminar will help you to engage,
educate you concerning the issues,
enlist your participation,
equip you with tools,
and encourage you to step out.
The E-Kit addresses the questions standing in your way. Your ministry ideas and plans will be stimulated by examples of what others are doing.
Learn more at crumilitary.org/e-kit.
Initial Responses to the E-Kit
Two hours after the launch in July, a church leader who works with Active Duty families wrote her contacts: “I have found it challenging to explain the need of military families beyond just their time of deployment. I can quote statistics … But I want desperately for you to understand the full need in the community. I have found a vehicle to share that express so much better the needs they face…”
Colleen, who leads Angels All Around You military ministry (AAAu) in her church in Boerne, TX said, “I just watched the nine videos! All I can say is AMEN! This is the teaching tool AAAu has been needing to go beyond our church family and into the community! I just had a long conversation last night with a Rotary Club president who wanted to know more on how they can partner with AAAu. Now I have the tools beyond my own words to teach!”
“The personal accounts — both of those who actually served in combat/theater and those on the homefront (primarily relatives) — really added a high degree of “texture,” authenticity, and credibility to the overall message. These are people who’ve actually (largely) come through the battle — and who are living proof of the effectiveness of those in the Body of Christ who, in the power of the Holy Spirit, are committed to ‘bind up the nation’s wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan,’ in the immortal words of President Abraham Lincoln. This video left me — and will undoubtedly leave others — with a great deal of hope in the prospect of physical, emotional, and spiritual healing and restoration.” – Fred Butterfield, Retired Navy LCDR