January 26, 2016 – Air Force Recruiting Service Video Touting Religious Conversion Removed
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The U.S. Air Force Recruiting Service put out a recruiting commercial in which an Air Force Chaplain touts how rewarding it is to minister to thousands and then goes on to tell a story about deploying to Iraq with an Airman and by the end of the deployment, the Airman “accepted Christ as personal Lord and Savior”. After being contacted by two Protestant USAF chaplain clients regarding the inappropriate nature of this video, MRFF President/Founder Mikey Weinstein immediately contacted the Commanding Officer of the Air Force Recruiting Service. The Air Force Recruiting Service Commander responded within a few hours that all Chaplain videos are being removed pursuant to an overhaul of ‘AirForce.com’ and that he would see to it that the removal of this particular video is accelerated.
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Just behooves me that so called Protestant chaplains would feel this was inappropriate at all. They are chaplains in name only and God will judge them for disobeying the Great Commission and their Lord commanded they do it!
I would hate to be them when they stand before Christ and have to give an account of their service to Him here on earth!!
YW, you should be worried about how you will explain your actions to God when he views your remarks on places like MRFF.