Recruits in Basic Training
You have been called to fulfill an honorable service to your country. While basic training will make you physically and mentally tough, Cru Military helps make you spiritually fit.
Spiritual fitness means having the inner resource to face all that life has to throw at you. It means being connected with the God of the Universe in such a way that you know whatever happens, you are ready. Cru Military has developed a series of evangelistic and spiritual growth classes just for you. Each week Cru Military staff and volunteers serve with Chaplains to build your foundation in Christ. Let us walk with you on that journey! Visit MilitarySFRS to get connected with our online community of believers.
Written By: Hope N. Griffin Military life brings with it a number of defining moments. Here are a few my family has experienced over the last ten years: Enlistment Moving to our first duty station Deployments Volunteer work within the community Death of close friends Caregiving following combat injuries Medical Retirement Not every defining moment […]Read More
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
“This, then, is how you should pray: ‘Our Father in heaven: May your holy name be honored; may your Kingdom come; may your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us today the food we need. Forgive us the wrongs we have done, as we forgive the wrongs that others have […]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