URGENT: Obama’s Pentagon Orders Navy Chaplain Not To Do THIS When He Prays


Chaplain Wesley Modder could be facing he end of a 19-year career because of his faith-based views on marriage and human sexuality and for ending his prayers with these words – IN THE NAME OF JESUS… This is nothing less than full blown religious persecution! UNBELIEVABLE!

 / FOX NEWS reports:

That allegation was tucked away in an 18-page letter written to the commander of Navy Region Southeast by Liberty Institute attorneys representing Chaplain Wesley Modder. Liberty Institute is a law firm that specializes in religious liberty cases.


Liberty Institute asserts that Chaplain Modder’s fate could have a significant impact on every Christian military chaplain.

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The letter included the results of Liberty Institute’s investigation of allegations levied against the chaplain by Captain John Fahs.



 Last December, an openly gay officer at the Naval Nuclear Power Training Command in South Carolina, took offense at Modder’s take on homosexuality. The chaplain, who is endorsed by the Assemblies of God, was accused of discrimination and failing to show tolerance and respect – among other things.

Just a few months earlier, Modder’s commander had called him the “best of the best” and a consummate professional leader.” But now he’s on the verge of being kicked out of the military.


“After our investigation, it is clear that the facts and law are on Chaplain Modder’s side,” Liberty Institute attorney Michael Berry said. “He has done nothing more than provide ministerial services in accordance with the precepts of his faith – which is completely consistent with Navy rules and federal law.”

Liberty Institute maintains that Modder’s private counseling on issues involving human sexuality and same-sex marriage were consistent with the beliefs of his endorsing agency – the Assemblies of God.

“As a result of honoring the tenets of his endorsing denomination, he now faces the loss of his employment and removal from the Navy,” Liberty Institute wrote.

They also reminded the Navy that Department of Defense regulations allow Chaplain Modder to hold religious beliefs.

“Navy chaplains are never required to compromise the standards of their religious organization, but are required to perform in a pluralistic environment,” they wrote.

Now, Chaplain Modder was told he could not pray in the name of Jesus Christ.

Conservative Tribune has this to say:

If chaplain Modder is silenced, he will not be the last. There will be a ripple effect that will shut down religious activities within the military from the chaplains to the soldiers, many of whom pray to be kept safe during dangerous service. What happens when they are told they can no longer pray to Jesus Christ for their safety?

What happens when there are no ministers left to counsel soldiers about the Christian faith? What America’s servicemen and women deal with in the military can be a hard pill to swallow if you don’t have faith that things will be better on the other side.

These are definitely difficult times for Christians who are serving in the military to defend our country. 



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