The duties of the Chaplain are to pronounce the invocation and the benediction at Legion meetings, as well as perform such other acts as would fall within the realm of his/her office as the spiritual leader. They should conduct the memorial service when such is needed.
As the Legion is composed of men and women of different creeds and faiths, the Chaplain must be a person of tolerance and sympathy toward all.
Chaplain Post 291, Ken Wilson (949) 230-2826
Chaplain’s Corner Post 291
I hope all is well with our Post 291 family. July flew by like an F-35 fighter. This Chaplain’s corner will be brief, which I am sure you will appreciate.
There is so much name calling in our news media and political celebrities these days that it is hard to watch or listen to TV or radio without someone being called a “racist” or “Nazi!” Those terms have come out of a history of good overcoming evil. Where do good and evil come from? That question lead me to do some research and I found a video that helps answer that question.
I was viewing a video about “Good and Evil.” It is a 5 minute video that is attached for your convenience if you would like to view it please can click the image below,
Perhaps this 5 minute video will help us in our faith journey to better evaluate where “good” and “evil” come from and how better to determine the difference in our daily lives.
For God and Country, Chaplain Ken Wilson.
Ken Wilson, Chaplain
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