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Schriever AFB Gives Special Promotion to Christianity

Schriever AFB Gives Special Promotion to Christianity

At Schriever Air Force Base east of Colorado Springs, and unfortunately at many installations around the country, Bible Study continues to the main effort for chaplains. MAAF has reached out to the Air Force Chief of Chaplains on multiple occasions to discuss this … Continue reading

5th Ranger Battalion Disciplines Evangelical Chaplain

5th Ranger Battalion Disciplines Evangelical Chaplain

A few weeks ago, a chaplain delivered a Christian sermon and materials as part of mandatory suicide prevention training to 5th Ranger Training Battalion. MAAF immediately contacted the command, alerted them to the situation, and asked for the opportunity to work toward a … Continue reading

Soledad Cross – Monument to Underhanded Christian Politics

Soledad Cross – Monument to Underhanded Christian Politics

The giant Christian cross on Mt Soledad in San Diego has been the focus a long-running fight to promote Christianity on public land. The National Defense Authorization Act, published December 2nd, includes a provision to confer the Mt Soledad Cross to the … Continue reading

Atheists at the Christmas Party

Atheists at the Christmas Party

Holiday events are starting. In the video below from before Thanksgiving, I encourage MAAF members to participate in Holiday/Christmas Party planning. Joining other groups, the MAAF Chapter in Kaiserslautern, Germany is having a Holiday party potluck event. This year should … Continue reading

Ranger Suicide Prevention Becomes Christian Sermon

Ranger Suicide Prevention Becomes Christian Sermon

Update 12/28: Chris Carroll with Stars and Stripes quotes Maj. Gen. Scott Miller, commander of Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Benning as saying, “[the chaplains’] role is not to provide religious instruction during non-religious mandatory training classes… Chaplains may appropriately share their … Continue reading