A Convert on Saipan

A Convert on Saipan

While stationed on New Britain, a young man by the name of Lenice Brady Field came into my office. He said, “Chaplain, may I speak with you?” “Sure, I’d be glad to talk with you.” He continued, “Well, it’s like this. I’ve been to your church three times.” I recalled...
By Example and Precept

By Example and Precept

Two very young servicemen, Bob Lee and Clarence Gale, who were perhaps 17 or 18 years of age, arrived in the Aleutians in 1943 as part of a replacement group. The army assigned them to share a tent with four other men. They belonged to a variety of religious...
Stories from LDS Chaplains in World War II

Stories from LDS Chaplains in World War II

By Example and Precept: Chaplain Milton Hess tells a story of two young LDS servicemen who learned to live their religion without being afraid of what other people would think of them. A Convert on Saipan: Chaplain George Woolley tells of a young man who was baptized...
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