Bless All who Serve: Sources of Hope, Courage, and Faith for Military Personnel and Their Families

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Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations, 2010 - Religion - 108 pages
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A pocket-sized and durable little book of readings and songs from many faith traditions, ancient and modern, plus reflections by veterans and military chaplains. Speaks to themes of commitment, courage, patriotism, freedom, strength and service. Reflection topics include fear of injury and death, grief, peace and violence, hope and despair, separation from loved ones and honoring the fallen.
 

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Contents

Ancient Texts
1
Prayers and Poems
11
Readings
37
Reflections
47
Hymns
93
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Rev. Dr. Matthew Tittle is a Unitarian Universalist minister, retired Navy commander and former university professor. He holds an M.Div. From Meadville Lombard Theological School and a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois.

Gail Tittle is a licensed master social worker with experience in child welfare advocacy, social work research and curriculum management. She also served as an Air Force officer for fourteen years, achieving the rank of major.

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