Dr. Mary Elizabeth Moore of the Boston University School of Theology on the call of military ministry and “walking into the midst of tensions” as a peacemaker.
Chaplain Candidate Sarah Sampas responds to a question on Christian Science and preaching in military ministry.
Brian Bort describes his inspiration to enter seminary to prepare for military chaplaincy. Bort was a panelist in the March 22, 2016 Mary Baker Eddy Library webcast, “The Education of a Christian Science Military Chaplain,” hosted at the Boston University School of Theology.
Chaplain (COL) Janet Horton, USA (Ret), answers a question about how religious ministry in the United States Armed Forces fits with the principle of separation of church and state.
Watch the replay of our discussion which explored one faith tradition within the larger context of military ministry. For Christian Scientists—as for all denominations—chaplaincy requires a capacity to respond to the spiritual and emotional needs of individuals from all faith perspectives, drawing on the foundation of one’s own beliefs.