A Chaplain Remembers

Aug 3, 2017 | Eagle Commission, National Organizations, News

Retired Grace Brethren Army chaplain (Col.) John Schumacher was honored last week during the national conference of the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches (FGBC) for his years of service as the chaplain endorsing agent for the FGBC. At the reception that followed the evening session on Wednesday, this video interview was shown. The initial part of the video was from a slide-tape presentation done in the 1980s which introduced the Eagle Commission.

Until the Last Day — A Chaplain Remembers from GraceConnect (BMH) on Vimeo.

Also during the corporation dinner for the Grace Brethren Investment Foundation, sponsors of the Eagle Commission, a Passing of the Stole Ceremony was conducted. Click below to watch the ceremony.

Passing of the Stole Ceremony, July 2017 from GraceConnect (BMH) on Vimeo.


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