Spiritual Help and Guidance

As we stated before, this year we are really trying to focus on our mission. To show a hope, love, and a personal meaning that comes from God‘s grace. Within that, we are thrilled to announce a new opportunity. We have two retired military officers willing to speak with those wanting to talk more about faith, prayer, the Bible, and other spiritual topics. They are both tremendous assets to the ministry. And the accountability that they have held me to has been a true blessing.

Chaplain Phillip F. Wright is a retired United States Army Colonel. Currently he is the Director and Endorsing Agent for the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA). His military career began in 1972 and spanned over 3 decades. Chaplain Wright began serving as a US Army Chaplain in 1987. He was stationed at many different places throughout the United States, deployed throughout the world, and has received multiple military awards. Chaplain Wright is married to Julie. They have 4 children and 5 grandchildren.

Chaplain Phillip Wright: phil.wright@efca.org

John Brunner is a retired Marine Corps Captain. (1974-78). He served as an infantry officer. He followed that up with 14 years in the Marine Reserves. John joined his family’s firm, Vi-Jon, in 1978. He became president in 1992. He retired as chief executive officer in 2009 and as chairman in 2011. John has traveled the world in support of Christian missions and relief organizations. He has authored books including: The Gospel On Point and Battlefield Verses. John is married to Jan. They have 3 children and 14 grandchildren.

John Brunner: jb@johnbrunner.com

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