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Nearly 1500 saved at Army Base

Nearly 1500 saved at Army Base – An article shared that Revival hit an army base with 1,459 receiving Christ. at the Fort Leonard Wood Military Base.

According to that article by Josie Rabbitt Bingham, Army Chaplain Jose Rondon has had revival at the Fort Leonard Wood military base, where more than 1,400 professions of faith have been made in a six month time. (February 2018 to August 2018). At this time of blog post, there is no word of how many more have been saved since then.

Chaplain Rondon (left) at July 29, 2018 Chapel service, when 200 soldiers gave their lives to Christ, overall nearly 1,500 have gave their life to Christ at the Fort Leonard Wood Military Base.

“Our troops, who are increasingly hungry for truth and relevancy in their lives, are finding a faith that works through a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ, the current spiritual awakening at Fort Leonard Wood is indicative of a great move of God taking place within the Armed Services today.”

Retired Major General Doug Carver

I just recently saw this on Facebook, as it was current, but I looked into it, this was from July, August of 2018. But, I still think it was share worthy for my readers.

Carver even reported:

— More than 2,000 troops gathered in Doughboy Stadium at Fort Benning, GA this past Easter to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.

— Army chaplains are currently baptizing an average of 70 soldiers every basic combat training cycle at Fort Jackson, SC

— The U.S. Air Force Chaplaincy recently rolled out a new program called FaithWorks, which is a collection of evidence-based programs and materials promoting spiritual resilience for airmen and their families.

— The military has built more chapels since 9/11 than any other period of American history except for World War II.

Other sources when looking into this, claims over 1,800 soldiers were saved, accepted Christ.

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Steve Patterson

My name is Steve Patterson and I am saved through the blood of Jesus Christ. I have been blogging at Courageous Christian Father since 2012, however, I have been blogging since around 2004. I listen to nothing but Christian Music. I work as a graphic designer.

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