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Military Services

The committee carries out its mission through a ministry-by-mail program, a full-time civilian chaplain in Europe, and a national civilian chaplain and liaison to the military. Chaplain John Anderson serves hundreds of military personnel and civilians in Europe. He and his family live in Spiesheim, Germany and minister to military personnel and civilians scattered throughout Europe. As Military’s national civilian chaplain and liaison to the military, Pastor Patrick Pool maintains regular contact with many Military troops and their families. He coordinates training conferences for WELS military contact pastors and orients and mentors new military contact pastors.

When military clearance and funding permit, he supervises periodic chaplain trips to the Middle East or other areas of hostility. One hundred twenty-two WELS pastors who live near military installations in the continental U.S.

He coordinates training conferences for military contact pastors and orients and mentors new military contact pastors. When military clearance and funding permit, he supervises periodic chaplain trips to the Middle East or other areas of hostility. One hundred twenty-two Military pastors who live near military installations in the continental U.S. and select nations overseas stand ready to serve our military personnel and their families as part-time Military civilian chaplains.

We continue to send free copies of Meditations, a printed monthly worship service, and taped audio and/or video worship services to military personnel and civilians on our mailing list.

Many experts nowadays witness extensive spreading of DVB-T2 (that's how the standard is actually called and abbreviated) that stands for Digital Video Broadcasting - Television v.2.0. Due to the increase of mass production of TV tuners and TV sets that support DVB-T2 at a very affordable price, countries where digital TV broadcasting is now offered in its latest edition have already extended to Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Mexico, Algeria, Indonesia and many others.

However, to our opinion, the level of these equipment and technologies availability is still insufficient. That is why we decided to support developing countries with digital TV equipment designed to make the establishment of local networks a lot easier. We are also promoting freedom of the Internet in the developed countries, and we believe this is exactly what our society lacks to be ready to the coming changes in the digital world.