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Ivan Chubb

Ivan Chubb
Address
14091 ne 49 ln
Williston, Florida 32696
United States
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Email
ivanchubb@centurylink.net
Phone
(352) 318-5498
Date
02/23/2017
Ministry Report
Put some ads in trade papers. “I will find you a church of your choice” ” I can perford Weddings, Memorials, Funerals and I will bless your house.”Since I left the VA as Chaplain and went to several county nursing homes seeking the Vets and those others that are in need of God’s word.Some of the Nursing home Vets are not getting much visitations. I urge you all to take the time to bring sunshine in their faces.i bought some flags on a stick from American Flag. they were .20 a flag. those are great to give to the residents.those of us that belong to military Chaplains assoc are also ministers.i am right at 80 years old.It is heart warming for me to know that i am peaceful knowing that God is with me in my travels and here at home.i suggest that you look into you funeral details while you are young enough to set them to your ways.get with your veteran service officer. local honor guards, minister or chaplain, military burial cemetary, now the paperwork can be done ahead . put a good copy of your dd214 handy for your family.most of veterans family have not been in the military, so if you have it ready, it can be smooth for them.God told Moses that it was about his time.Moses had worked closely with God. and look at us, some times doctors can tell us when are going to die. the people that have accidents and just die with no warning often are not prepared.so many will say, just because i dont go to church dont beleive that i am not a christian.norman rockwell was a great artist, painer, for the news gazzette. norman had illustrated the entrance to a great cathederal, he had babies, crosses all drew on the wall, cars going down the street, and people with thier heads fixed to the concrete. the church marque had written “lift up thine eyes” the earth is here for all to see and enjoy.so many things that we have missed really looking at.i beleive in heaven and hell. i pleasure going to heaven. i fear being with the devil, lucifer. i have lifted up my eyes and i ask you to join so many of us that have

Scott Davies

Scott Davies
Address
50 Circle T Lane
Absarokee, Montana 59001
United States
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Email
daviesranch@montana.net
Phone
(406) 321-1092
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After retiring in 2004 my wife and I moved to small ranch in very rural south-central Montana. I started a small Pastoral Counseling office and became a hospital Chaplain in Billings. Both of these ministries have been a great blessing. In 2013 I became a Reserve Deputy Sheriff for our county. About 10 months after becoming a part-time Deputy, I was diagnosed with Lung Cancer. This same lung cancer killed both my mother and my only sibling–its hard to outrun your own DNA. In August 2014, in spite of surgery, chemo and radiation, the cancer had progressed and I was made stage IV. I have been on oral chemo pills everyday since then. I still mange to keep up with being a Hospital Chaplain, a rancher and part-time deputy Sheriff, but at a much decreased level of activity and have just now applied for disability.

I have done what I can in preparing my wife to be on her own and am so very thankful to the Lord for the time he has granted me thus far. While there is a fair amount of suffering, His mercy and Grace have been overwhelming. I am also so thankful to my adult children, sons-in-laws and grandkids who help out with stuff.

FWIW, my email inexplicitly occasionally bounces things back. Just try again if this happens.

Scott Fluegel

Scott Fluegel
Address
3274 220th St.
De Witt, Iowa 52742
United States
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Email
Revfluegel@gmail.com
Phone
(309) 428-4878
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Since retirement, April 2013, I have been a Hospital Chaplain, a Mental Heath Counselor, and an Elder in my Church. I am also a Field Force Officer in Eastern Iowa for West Point. I have provided Chaplain support to ROTC Detachments in Iowa. I have also volunteered at Salvation Army Adult Rehab Center. This ministry has challenged me and blessed at the same time. God has blessed me with these opportunities and with CRU Military’s Valor retreat. It is exciting to encourage these men and women as they prepare to lead our military into the future. I have enjoyed watching my three daughters grow in their Faith and the ministry. Catherine and her husband are in ministry with NAVs. “Be encouragers of one another.”

Jeffrey Mitchell

Email
chaplainmitchell@gmail.com

David Sobel

Address
21134 Carmel Hills
San Antonio, TX 78259
United States
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Email
OHthenowTX@aol.com
Phone
(210) 481-3463
Date
09/24/2016
Ministry Report
The older I get the more my focus has become seeing that my ten grand children all come to know the Lord first of all. Then I want them to know what they believe but why they believe it. In my walk with the Lord all these years I have been blessed with great teachers of theology. So when I was talking to my grand daughters about vacation Bible School and what they were learning, I sat them down and I played twenty questions with them. I asked them about Grace, Salvation, Justification and Baptism. They had been going to a good church ( I thought ). After a week of VBS three of my grand daughters failed to answer from scripture any question I had about the Christian Faith. When I asked why they thought they were Christians the response from the eldest floored me ” mommy said I was “. I took her aside and told her that was the worse response that I had ever had in my 45 years. I told them that I would be right back and I drove right to the church and wanted to see the Pastor ASAP. I told him what had just happened and that my grand daughters were scheduled to be baptized the following week. I asked him HOW do you baptize an unbeliever as that is not what we practice as part of our faith. Well he said he would pray about it and I walked out. This is a church of 5000. Well I did not attend as I had a line in the sand. A few months later the Pastor gives an invitation and my three grand daughters go forward to become Christians. I told them I was proud of them and I will Baptize them at the pool myself. This is why the Church is where it is!!!

John “Jack” Torp

Address
1620 N San Marcos de Niza Dr
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635-9271
United States
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Email
jtorp@reagan.com
Phone
(520) 458-1985
Date
08/18/2016
Ministry Report
In 1990 I retired from active duty at Ft. Huachuca, AZ. Then I served as chaplain/therapist at a local mental hospital and RTC. For another two years I was in private practice as professional counselor in Sierra Vista. After that I served as “Interim” pastor of a local Korean/American church for five years. That was enough and I finally retired. My great joy and blessing has come from many of the young boys and girls in the church are now grown adults. At least a dozen of them have asked me to officiate at their weddings. What an honor! My wife, Jacquie, died in 2005, and I have since remarried to a wonderful lady named Rosemary. We love to travel all over the United States and Canada, so some time we just might be in your area.

Rev Dr Ivan Chubb

Address
14091 ne 49 ln
williston, florida 32696
United States
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Email
ivanchubb@centurylink.net
Phone
(352) 528-3328
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belong to military chaplains assoc.ordained methodist with completed doctorate.retired military chaplain at va.present military chaplain 5 county nursing home areas. Marriages, funerals, memorials and services.go to military vets posts and talk to them about christianity.was us army 1954-1956, us navy 1956-1961/

David Paap

Name
David Paap
Address
5 Flowery Branch Place
Wildwood, MO 63040
United States
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Email
chapdap47@gmail.com
Phone
(636) 821-1182

John Michno

John Michno

2213 Breckenridge Drive
Lawrence, KS 66047
United States

jbmichno@gmail.com

(417) 459-1393

Interim pastor for local churches in Kansas and International churches.

Paul Wanshon

Paul Wanshon

11912 Teeside Drive
Fredericksburg, VA 22407
United States

paulwanshon771@hotmail.com

(540) 842-0457

Hello to one and all. So, after leaving the service in 2006, I went to work as a GS employee at the Pentagon, Office of Chief of Public Affairs where I worked on contracting and other tasks, while continuing my education. Then in 2009 I was hired by another organization and currently work at an ODNI Center, the National Virtual Translation Center (NVTC), where I am a Program Manager. My duties have been; the development of a National Recruitment Program, currently I have running the NVTC Language Quality Program that I developed, and the Program Lead/Manager for the development and contract award of a Business Management System. I still enjoy the outdoor life, biking, fishing, and kayaking as much as possible, and building furniture for others. My wife and I will celebrate our 20th year together in 2017, and our daughter is like her old man a very talented and accomplished dancer at the age of 13. If my illness stays in check I will retire again in 2018 and begin my travels around the world. Well, that’s about all. I hope everyone is having a great time and are all blessed with health and a good life under God’s watch.