For those that may have never served overseas, before the internet days, AFN was our ONLY source of entertainment outside of videos that may have been mailed…and before videos (yes I am that old) we only had AFN. Today, AFN is still an important part of service members in remote locations who can not use the internet as much as they would like d/t operational security and/or availability. Receiving the devotions on AFN is appreciated.
Carlo A. Piraino
Dear Time of Grace,
We LOVE Time of Grace! I’m married to an Air Force military member. We are stationed overseas in Germany. Pastor Don Stuppy is the WELS chaplain that serves our community here at Ramstein Air Base (we worship in base the 2nd and 4th Sundays).
I enjoy Time of Grace meditation videos almost nightly. The best part is, Time of Grace airs at 0700 on Sunday mornings on AFN TV (Armed Forces Network). So if I don’t catch it on AFN, I usually enjoy it in the evenings.
I’ve been watching Time of Grace for almost a decade and love the beautiful message Pastor Jeske shares. It’s great to see other Pastors sharing the stage with him and we look forward to Pastor Novotny becoming the main speaker.
Please share with the Time of Grace Team how thankful we are for all that you guys do!!! Thank you for spreading the Lord’s great news and for making available to all, especially the military community!