Chaplain Arnoldbik Reports 40 Conversions, 3 Baptisms

Apr 1, 2010 | Eagle Commission, National Organizations, News

Chaplain John Arnoldbik and his wife, Jensen

Chaplain John Arnoldbik and his wife, Jensen

Dr. Larry Chamberlain of the FGBC’s Eagle Commission reports that Chaplain John Arnoldbik  is currently deployed to Iraq.

Arnoldbik recently shared his excitement upon receipt of his Officer Efficiency Report:  “I just got my OER and they gave me an outstanding rating – must promote.  They even commended my evangelism.  By God’s grace, I’ve had around 40 people since I’ve been in the Army pray with me to receive Christ as Savior and Lord, and three baptisms.  So, I want to thank you for your prayers!”


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