While the world focuses on our physical health during this coronavirus pandemic, military chaplains are focused on spiritual health as well. Chaplains are tasked with helping people nurture connectedness, even wehn physical proximity is limited. North American Mission Board Chaplain (Maj. Genl.) Doug Carver talks with Ed Stetzer about how chaplains are geting creative in how they offer spiritual support.
Chaplain (Major General) Doug Carver, US Army, Retired, serves as Executive Director of Chaplaincy at NAMB where he leads the endorsement, training, and pastoral care of over 3700 Southern Baptist chaplains. Prior to that he served over 38 years as a commissioned officer and chaplain in the U.S. Army. In 2007 President Bush appointed him as the 22nd US Army Chief of Chaplains, the first SBC chaplain to hold that position in 54 years. He and his wife, Sunny, celebrate 47 years of marriage. They have two daughters and four grandchildren.
Ed Stetzer wears a lot of hats—author, speaker, researcher, pastor, church planter—as he helps Christians learn to share Christ. Ed has earned two master’s degrees and two doctorates, and has written or co-written a dozen books and hundreds of articles. Now he ministers as interim pastor of The Moody Church, teaches at Wheaton College, and serves as executive director of the Billy Graham Center and a regional director of Lausanne North America. Ed and his wife, Donna, have been married more than 25 years and have three daughters.
Discover new ways to show and share the love of Jesus to a broken and a hurting world. Join Ed Stetzer in an engaging discussion of todays cultural trends.