Settling In: Participating In Korean Memorial Day Ceremony

Settling In: Participating In Korean Memorial Day Ceremony
By Chaplain Greg Uvila, US Marine Corps, ROK

Military Chaplains change assignments every two to four years. One chaplain recently transferred from the Pacific Northwest (Eastern Pacific) to the Republic of Korea (Western Pacific) in time to participate in his host nation’s Memorial Day Ceremony. Following is a quick update to Randy Brandt with several interesting photos of the event.

“Hi Randy,

I’m getting settled in Camp Mujuk, Pohang, So. Korea. Here are a few pictures of the Korean Memorial Day event in which I participated recently.

I appreciate prayers for my weekly chapel “Sunday on Wednesday.” Currently 3-4 Marines are attending, praying that God’s goodness, grace and forgiveness will be evident. Thanks for all the support!

Take care my friend,

Very Respectfully,

Chaplain Uvila

Camp Mujuk Chaplain”

Chaplains sometimes step into vibrant programs. Sometimes not. Join us in thanking God for the nucleus of US Marines eager to reach out to their Camp peers. Ask God to bring more comrades into fellowship with the Living God through Chaplain Uvila’s leadership.
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