New Sunday Morning Bible Study (see tab), Armed Services Sunday May 20, see Events.
Join Faith as we celebrate, pray for, and discuss ways to help the men and women who serve, and have served.
The Rev. Dr. Daniel Lee Gard serves as the eleventh president of Concordia University Chicago since its founding in Addison, Illinois in 1864.
Nominated by U.S. President Barack Obama in 2013, Gard serves as Rear
Admiral (Lower Half) and only months ago was nominated for and appointed to the position of Deputy Chief of Chaplains for Reserve Matters in the U.S. Navy. In these roles, Gard is responsible for overseeing military chaplain operations in Navy, Marine and Coast Guard Reserve units around the world.
During his time in the military, Gard notably served during the 9/11 Pentagon recovery operations in Washington, DC during Operation Iraqi Freedom and most recently at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. In addition to his various military awards, Gard received the St. Martin of Tours Award in 2008 from the former LCMS Board for Mission Services, for his exceptionally meritorious service.
Sit with Rev. Dr. Gard as he tells us what we can do to assist those men and women that serve, and how we can get more involved in those that have come home.
If you served are are serving, come and share your story.
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