Serving those who serve

KFUO Audio: History of Chaplains in the Military

Chaplain Craig Muehler, director of LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces, spoke on Nov. 9 about the role and history of chaplains in the military during a World Lutheran News Digest program with KFUO host Kip Allen.

Ministry to the Armed Forces: ensuring pastoral care for our military members

LCMS chaplains serve our Lord, His church and our nation with courage and integrity, as they provide pastoral care and support to those who defend our nation. Through efforts like Operation Barnabas, the Ministry to the Armed Forces provides training and guidance to local congregations to care for and to support to our military members, their families and veterans in our local communities.

LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces – Third Quarter 2016 newsletter

In this issue of So Help Me God from the LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces, the topic of serving our neighbors when they are hurting is discussed. Suggestions as to what we should say and do at these times are shared. In addition, advice on how to uphold the Eighth Commandment on Facebook is given.

KFUO Audio: The vocation of chaplains

During an interview with KFUO Radio’s Joanie Harwell on May 13, the Rev. Tristan Engle, who is preparing to serve as a U.S. Navy chaplain, and the Rev. Craig Muehler, director of LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces, talk about becoming a chaplain in the armed forces.

LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces – Second Quarter 2016 newsletter

In this issue of So Help Me God from the LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces, information is provided about The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s project Operation Barnabas. Operation Barnabas seeks to train and equip people in our congregations to reach out to veterans and their families.