September 14, 2016
Gil Stricklin says the idea struck him as he was preparing to end a 27-year military career, with 22 years in the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps, ending as a colonel. If military chaplains could have the impact they so consistently demonstrated among needy service personnel, why not deploy similarly called men and women to meet comparable needs among folks in civilian life?
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