Air Force people, the thousands of men and women who accomplish our mission through determination and sacrifice, are in every sense servants of the public good- of peace and security. The values that sustain a life of public service flow largely form our religious heritage and are validated for each new generation by the examples of our leaders. The life of faith is a central element of effective leadership. Chaplains play an important role in our community and are essential to the moral and spiritual well-being of our people. Their most urgent responsibility is to move among us as visible reminders of God, calling us by presence work, and action to live as responsible persons, citizens of 'one nation, under God.' This history describes the work of chaplains, chapel management personnel, and the chapel community during the Seventies. It outlines a time of radically accelerated technological and social change-the problems and solutions, the opportunities and responses, and the successes and failures. It presents the past to help us come more effectively to grips with the challenges of the present and the future.Air Force. Office of the Chief of Chaplains. early Christian martyrs, the Pilgrim fathers, poor people of Appalachia, ... a picture kit with discussion questions and leadera#39;s guide, a stewardship kit and ministry planning packet, five special bulletinanbsp;...
|Title||:||Air Force chaplains, 1971-1980|
|Author||:||John Eliot Groh, United States. Air Force. Office of the Chief of Chaplains|