About Today’s Episode:
Emil Brunner said, “What oxygen is to the lungs, such is hope to the meaning of life.” Only someone who has gone to war and has been on the battle field knows what it means to be there. Even so, family members of service men and women know uniquely what it is to go through a deployment with all the fears and anxieties that go with it. In seasons of life that are stressful beyond description, the Lord sends certain individuals with a calling and gifting to bring His strength and hope. Our guest today is one of those chosen members of the United States Air Force.
About our Guest:
Captain M. David Haltom is Chaplain in the United States Air Force. Lieutenant Colonel James D. Golden said of him, “Chaplain Haltom has a rare blend of energy, preaching talent and intellect that make for an electric atmosphere in all programs he leads.” Chaplain Haltom has 20 years of military experience including multiple deployments and is a decorated war veteran for his excellence in leadership and ministry. Emily Dickinson wrote, “Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul, and sings the tune without words, and never stops at all.” The Lord has a special word of hope for you today through the life of Chaplain Haltom. He is married to Tina Marie. They have two children, Nevaeh and Noah.