2nd BDE Prayer Breakfast

05/22/2019  |  By 1LT Luke Strasser Chaplain Candidate, 104th TDV, 2nd BDE HHC
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“In the unlikely event of a loss of cabin pressure...” Prior to takeoff on a flight, flight attendants prepare passengers for possible dangers, encouraging them to “make sure to fasten the oxygen mask on yourself before assisting a travel companion.” The message is that taking care of your own need for oxygen allows you to help someone else.

Leaders attending 2nd BDE Command Orientation Training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, often find themselves on the front line of Soldier difficulties. Soldiers reach out to their leaders for help with financial issues, relationship concerns, and other life difficulties leaving leaders to bear the worry and concerns of their Soldiers.

Leaders attending 2nd BDE Command Orientation Training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, often find themselves on the front line of Soldier difficulties. Soldiers reach out to their leaders for help with financial issues, relationship concerns, and other life difficulties leaving leaders to bear the worry and concerns of their Soldiers.

In order to thank leaders for their support of Soldiers and to encourage self-care, the 2nd BDE UMT organized a prayer breakfast around the theme of Foundation Work. The event, held January 29, attended by more than 50 leaders throughout the brigade, featured a Chick Fil A breakfast, an opportunity to connect with one another, and encouragement from 108th Command Chaplain, CH (COL) Dubinin. Leaders were reminded that by working of their own foundations - their spiritual, physical, relationship, emotional, and financial needs - they could better support and encourage the Soldiers in their command.

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