About

Greetings to visitors and friends who attend the Combat Chapel.

I am known as Chaplain Worf* (COC_Worf).  I am a retired US Navy Chief and a Lutheran minister.  With a BS in Computer Science I spent 20+ yrs in computer systems analysis & architecture.  My family and I entered seminary a few years back and having received a Divinity Masters, I am currently awaiting a divine call from our Father in Heaven.

I am chaplain to an on-line first person shooter (FPS) gaming group where I serve my Lord through them and through those  who happen across my various i-net postings regarding the Gospel of Jesus Christ who paid the price for the sins of the World with His very body and blood.   My heart is in parish ministry, yet the virtual ministry where my Lord is presently using me has demonstrated that there is a need for speaking the Gospel to ALL people.  Even those who we don’t meet in the flesh.

The Combat Chapel is the repository of my musings and the sermons which I have written and delivered.  Some of those may have associated audio recordings, some will not.  The timing of the posts will be methodical; however, as the manuscripts generally need reformatting, there may be lags between postings.

Peace to you amidst the combat of daily life.  Feel free to spend as much time as you desire in the pew of the Combat Chapel.

Soli Deo Gloria**

 

* Worf, Worf317 has been my screen name since Battlefield2.  I have also been active in Call of Duty3, Call of Duty5, Battlefield Bad Company 2 and currently Medal of Honor (2010).  Although I was active in TWL league play in COD3, that has not picked up for MOH in my group.

** Soli Deo Gloria – latin for “To God alone be the Glory”

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