US Army Chief of Chaplains Shares Stories on Service

The short 5-minute video is retired Chaplain (MajGen) Douglas Carver, formerly the US Army Chief of Chaplains, and now the executive director of chaplain services for the North American Mission Board, sharing stories from his experiences as a chaplain in the US Army.

One of the most interesting, at about the 2:00 mark, is his story about a civilian-clothed operator whom he helped reconcile his mission — covertly tracking and killing the enemy, on a personal level — and the righteousness of God.  As the story continues, Chaplain Carver relates how that man came to help him.

Via the Alliance Defending Freedom’s Speak Up.