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U.S. Senate confirms Southern Baptist as Air Force Deputy Chief of Chaplains
Aug03

U.S. Senate confirms Southern Baptist as Air Force Deputy Chief of Chaplains

WASHINGTON, D.C. (BP)—Chaplain Col. Randall (Randy) E. Kitchens of the U.S. Air Force received confirmation July 30 from the U.S. Senate to become the Air Force’s 27th Deputy Chief of Chaplains. The confirmation entails the promotion to the rank of brigadier general. “I was in shock and awe,” Kitchens said, recalling when he learned the news. “I was humbled and honored.” Since July 2017, Kitchens has...

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Chaplain ministry continues as COVID-19 ravages nation’s nursing homes
May12

Chaplain ministry continues as COVID-19 ravages nation’s nursing homes

(BP)—One of the most difficult things for Cathy Tisher, a chaplain to three different nursing homes in the Oklahoma City area, is seeing the face of a particular nursing home resident as she conducts regular video calls. Tisher knows something that he does not. Roughly three weeks after visitors were prohibited from entering the facility due to the Coronavirus pandemic, this resident’s wife passed away. “The situation is...

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Athletes emphasize Who’s Your One ahead of Super Bowl
Jan30

Athletes emphasize Who’s Your One ahead of Super Bowl

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP)—Troy Sadowski was the first All-American tight end that the University of Georgia ever had, and he went on to have a 10-year career in the National Football League playing for six different teams, including the Falcons, Steelers and Jets. Despite the sterling athletic career, something was missing. “The first 31 years of my life, I was as lost as a duck in the desert,” Sadowski said. “In the NFL,...

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