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National Faith-Based Partners

Mobilizing Faith Communities Focus Area- Army OneSource has launched a formal campaign to engage Military Chaplains, clergy, and local churches in providing services and support to meet the spiritual and emotional needs of Soldiers and their Families. Opportunities include presentations to raise awareness of the needs and role that faith communities can play, resources to reach out to Soldiers and their Families in your community, and access to established, exemplary programs that assist organizations in providing more structured services.

In addition to physical injuries, Soldiers are returning home with emotional and spiritual wounds that are harder to identify and more difficult to treat. Almost all Soldiers suffer from some form of Combat Trauma, such as intense fear, panic or hyper-vigilance. Many also sustain spiritual injuries , such as questioning of their faith, altered sense of meaning in life, loss of previously held beliefs, and feelings of ineffectiveness, shame, despair, hopelessness and guilt, to name a few. These “silent injuries” often manifest themselves in changes in behavior that include substance abuse, self-destructive or violent behavior, social withdrawal, unexplained anger, and inability to maintain close relationships.

In turn, Family Members often feel a sense of insecurity, loss, and ineffectiveness, confusion about the changes in their returning loved ones, and feelings of rejection, despair, abandonment, and hopelessness. They also begin to question their faith and spiritual beliefs.

Army OneSource is proud to announce a community outreach program, supported by the U.S. Army, to raise awareness of the unique challenges of Military life on our Service Members and their Families, and to address the growing demand for support services within communities.

Objective: To raise the awareness of and support for Soldiers and Families among denominations and churches.

The plan of action: Engage alliances, denominations, Army Chaplains and large churches in states and communities. Encourage connecting and partnering with IMCOM identified exemplary programs.

The Military Missions Network (MMN) is a network of evangelical churches, chaplains, and ministries collaborating for a greater synergy in outreach and ministry to military worldwide. The main mission of MMN is to connect military and those who minister to military.

At Campus Crusade Military Ministry, our privilege and responsibility is to assist Chaplains and Commanders with caring for the spiritual well-being of Troops and their Families. We do this in many ways, but all focus on the gospel because “faith comes by hearing, and hearing comes by the Word of God.”

Navigators have invested our lives in people for over 75 years, coming alongside them one to one to study the Bible, develop a deepening prayer life, and memorize and apply Scripture. An interdenominational, nonprofit organization, The Navigators is dedicated to helping people navigate spiritually. Our ultimate goal is to equip them to fulfill 2 Timothy 2:2—to teach what they have learned to others.

Club Beyond is a program of Military Community Youth Ministries (MCYM). MCYM believes there is a great need to be available for young people and to build meaningful, no-strings-attached relationships with them. MCYM staff and volunteers seek to love teens unconditionally and provide a model of Christian hope in our Military Communities through weekly Club and fun activities. MCYM serves at locations with nearly 70,000 military teens.


Forever. For Real.

Military couples in Oklahoma, come check out "Forever. For Real." This program will teach you relationship skills to help strengthen the bond between you and your significant other.