Chaplain (Capt.) Jeremy Sexton, 375th Air Mobility Wing chaplain services, gives the invocation during the third annual Spiritual Resiliency Breakfast, which took place recently at the Scott Event Center. “The Spiritual Resiliency Breakfast reminds leadership of the importance of faith and religion to the mission and to the wellness of our people,” said 375th AMW chaplain (Lt. Col.) James Richey. Sexton welcomed everyone to join him in prayer, saying this for his opening of the invocation, “I’m required to pray according to my faith tradition as a Christian; I invite you to pray according to your own tradition.”
Chaplain (Capt.) Jeremy Sexton, 375th Air Mobility Wing chaplain services, gives the invocation during the third annual Spiritual Resiliency Breakfast, which took place recently at the Scott Event Center. “The Spiritual Resiliency Breakfast reminds leadership of the importance of faith and religion to the mission and to the wellness of our people,” said 375th AMW chaplain (Lt. Col.) James Richey. Sexton welcomed everyone to join him in prayer, saying this for his opening of the invocation, “I’m required to pray according to my faith tradition as a Christian; I invite you to pray according to your own tradition.” Photo by Christopher Parr
Chaplain (Capt.) Jeremy Sexton, 375th Air Mobility Wing chaplain services, gives the invocation during the third annual Spiritual Resiliency Breakfast, which took place recently at the Scott Event Center. “The Spiritual Resiliency Breakfast reminds leadership of the importance of faith and religion to the mission and to the wellness of our people,” said 375th AMW chaplain (Lt. Col.) James Richey. Sexton welcomed everyone to join him in prayer, saying this for his opening of the invocation, “I’m required to pray according to my faith tradition as a Christian; I invite you to pray according to your own tradition.” Photo by Christopher Parr

Scott hosts spiritual breakfast

October 12, 2017 11:48 AM

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