Cadets and Midshipmen at Service Academies
You have been called to fulfill an honorable service to your country. As future officers, you will make decisions that affect thousands of people. You may be called upon to lead men and women in battle … courageously, boldly, and most importantly, godly.
At military service academies, Cru Military staff and volunteers focus on your spiritual development as future leaders. Through outreach Bible studies, discipleship groups, and retreats, cadets and midshipmen are being prepared to lead for a lifetime as commissioned officers and to have a strategic impact for Christ.
God established the government as a provision and protection for the earth. Until the time of Noah, God had been the One who issued judgment against evil on the earth. When Cain killed Abel, God judged Cain and would not allow man to harm him. Genesis 4:15 says, “Then the LORD put a mark on […]Read More
A Salvation Story For All Help couldn’t come fast enough Housing 110,000 captives—more than a quarter of them American—Stalag VII A was the largest prisoner-of-war camp in Germany during World War II. My uncle, Lt. Col. Ray Tyrrell, was one of them. On June 21, 1944—on his 63rd combat mission from RAF East Wretham in […]Read More
Finding Community Near You MilitaryBeliever.com MilitaryBeliever.com allows you to connect, serve and grow with military believers, churches, and ministries around the world. Use it to search for fellow believers, events that meet your needs and interest, as well as opportunities for service in your area. The Cru Military App Download the Gloo app here to […]Read More
There is great emphasis on core values in each of the services. Tommy Nelson’s comments regarding the following questions enhance the understanding of core values.
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Expectations We’ve seen it in every chapel we’ve attended. Whether our chaplains minister in operational units or the community chapel—or both—they are constantly faced with unrealistic expectations of those they serve. Folks on the receiving end often want the chaplain to do it all. We expect them to give priority to meeting all our spiritual […]Read More
Chaplain? Father Mulcahy! For many, the only chaplain they’ve seen is Father Mulcahy on the TV show M.A.S.H. A kind-hearted, wise and faithful priest, he was a key supporting character. In watching all the episodes that feature the father, you begin to get a sense of the breadth of duties he was responsible for. But […]Read More
The U.S. Army’s Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Program lists five domains in which each soldier needs to be established: PHYSICAL – EMOTIONAL – SOCIAL – FAMILY – SPIRITUAL. It is particularly important to the Christian Soldier to strengthen his or her Spiritual Fitness and that of their family. Spiritual fitness helps ensure positive growth after exposure […]Read More
The Scriptures often use the military as a metaphor for the Christian life. Therefore, if you understand the military, you will better understand the principle being taught about the Christian life. In 2 Timothy 2:3-4, Paul tells Timothy to behave just as a soldier, “as a good soldier of Christ Jesus.” Paul gives the command […]Read More