Author: Kenneth E. Lawson

After serving as an enlisted soldier and as an officer, Kenneth E. Lawson recently retired from a 34-plus years career in the U.S. Army as a chaplain with the rank of colonel. He is a graduate of the U.S Army Chaplain School, and recently earned the Doctor of Ministry degree from Westminster Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania.

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Rev. George Whitefield’s Influence on Colonial Chaplains in the American Revolution

Rev. George Whitefield (1714-1770) was an ordained Church of England priest with an exceptional speaking voice who in his lifetime swayed countless people towards historic Christianity. In a time of the liberalization of historic Protestant Christianity, Whitefield preached the simple biblical message of the Protestant Reformation, that people could not reach God or merit God’s […]

by Kenneth E. Lawson