• Chap. (Maj.) Mike McCawley 101st Airborne Division Artillery Brigade

Turkeys and cornucopias and pilgrim hats. Seasoned stuffing hot from the oven. Creamed onions, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie. Uncles and aunts and cousins to play with.

  • Chap. (Maj.) Dan Urquhart 101st Combat Aviation Brigade

The spouse walks into my office. She tells me that she has found some disturbing images and texts on her husband’s phone. He has been talking with another woman on social media. He has sent and received pictures that really upset her. As she tells her story, she informs me that this is not t…

  • Chap. (Capt.) Jeff Tilden 6-101st Aviation Regiment chaplain

To be a successful mountain climber, sure-footing helps. Navigation skills, having the correct equipment and supplies, climbing skills and sheer determination also play a major role. Sure-footing gives the climber the confidence to reach the most treacherous heights, in the midst of some of …

  • by Chap. (Maj.) William J. Sheets, 3rd Brigade Combat Team

All types of problems face us including downsizing, illness of a loved one, Family issues, money problems, and all sorts of other complex local, national and international challenges that require our best efforts and our enduring courage.  

  • by Chap. (Capt.) Robert Rayburn, 3rd Brigade Combat Team

Landing south of Munsan-Ni on a wet, cold Easter morning, behind 20,000 North Korea soldiers, the 187th Airborne Regiment’s Rakkasans fought a brutal battle.

  • by Chap. (Capt.) Brian Osborn 3-187th Infantry Regiment, 3-101st Airborne Division

Neglect is a dangerous word lurking in our lives. It is a negative human trait worth eliminating from our being and relationships. An incident during the American Revolution revealed the great tragedy of neglect.

  • by Chap. (Capt.) Myoung Sub Cho, Warrior Transition Battalion

“When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new.” – Dalai Lama

  • by Chap. (Maj.) Mike Nishimura, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Chief, Department of Ministry and Pastoral Care

According to the Gregorian calendar, the season of Lent began Wednesday.  

  • by Chap. (Capt.) Adam Langley, 5th Special Forces Group

In a speech presented April 10, 1899, before the Hamilton Club in Chicago, Theodore Roosevelt, who later became the 26th president of the United States, said, “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done …

  • by Chap. (Maj.) Jay Outen 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment

Winton Marsalis may be the most famous jazz trumpeter alive. He has won numerous Grammy awards for his music and is currently the jazz director at the most prestigious musical school in America.

  • by Chaplain (Capt.) Jeremy Lytle, 2nd Brigade Combat Team

It is often said that one should never endeavor to discuss politics or religion in polite company. I am going to talk about both, but not in the manner you may expect.

  • by Chap. (Capt.) Robert Boyles, 3rd Brigade Combat Team

Poetry has been defined as a language “that says more and says it more intensely than ordinary language.” What is interesting though, is to consider how poetry is also one of the most constrained forms of language, because of the many rules and forms it follows.

  • by Chap. (Capt.) Erik Yielding, 3rd Brigade Combat Team

In the midst of this Christmas season, I want to approach the birth of Christ from a unique perspective. I wish to present a previsioned view of the birth of Christ as the ultimate display of the practical leadership model.

  • by Chap. (Maj.) Mike McCawley, 101st DIVARTY

This simple phrase from Proverbs 25:11, “a word aptly spoken is like apples of gold in settings of silver,” is the theme for many ministries, books and art.

  • by Chap. (Maj.) Mike McCawley, 101st DIVARTY

It seems that our society is one that gets faster and faster every day. We seldom take time to slow down and enjoy the time we have.

  • by Chap. (Maj.) Mike McCawley 101st DIVARTY

Wil Willimon, an American theologian, bishop in the United Methodist Church, former dean of the Chapel at Duke University and one who is considered by many, to be America’s best-known and most influential preachers, wrote this concerning one of his former students at Duke University.

  • by Chap. (Maj.) Mike McCawley, 101st DIVARTY

Even as a chaplain I can still come across to my wife in a not so good manner, which reinforces the fact that we all need to sharpen our communication skills. I offer you four simple principles of communication that if we all follow these our relationships will go a lot smoother.

  • by Chap. (Maj.) Matthew Atkins, 1st Brigade Combat Team

How is God not like my spouse? No one has ever asked me that question, probably because the answers are too glaringly obvious.  

  • by Chap. (Capt.) Vincent A. Bain, 1st Brigade Combat Team

Shortly before the outbreak of the Civil War, Secretary of State William H. Seward handed President Abraham Lincoln what some historians consider “the most remarkable memorandum ever submitted by a cabinet member to a president.”