VIDEO: Russell Moore on chaplaincy and religious liberty

By Thomas Willis
Aug 15, 2013

ERLC President Russell Moore urges Christians to pray for military chaplains as they stand on the front lines in the fight for religious liberty.

Dr. Moore uses Acts 16:35-39 to explain the similarities between the trials of Paul, Silas and military chaplains today.

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