The value of Scripture Readers in the Army is beginning to be pretty generally admitted. I have known really good men, and established Christians in the ranks, say “why should not we have our Scripture Reader?” There may be a very good reason for this; they would like his companionship, and be ple
The patterns of life in Great Britain are rapidly changing. Politics, economics, education, social and religious structures, moral standards, civil responsibility: all are in a state of flux.
‘I had lunched and said goodbye to my wife and three girls and started off to the Railway Station. The platform was crowded with Officers and soldiers going to the Front. Here I met one of my brother Readers, Mr Gordon Howard, late Rifle Brigade, with whom I was to travel. Punctually at 1 p.m.
Words are the stock-in-trade of us all. We use them so regularly that we scarce give time to consider their real significance. The following thoughts are drawn from the wise counsel of the Book of Proverbs.
The Nijmegen March - a test of fitness and endurance spanning over 4 days, covering 30, 40 or 50km per day is celebrating its 100th March this year. For members of the military, participants are expected to complete this with a minimum of a 10kg backpack on top of the march.
In August 2015 The Royal Highland Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland left Glencorse barracks in Edinburgh to begin an eight month deployment to Kabul. For many of us, it was a familiar journey back to Afghanistan where the British army has been operating since 2004.