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A 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Dedicated to
Providing Biblical Counseling,
Service Dogs, and Veteran Advocacy

Major Pat Devine, Army Chaplain

Major Pat Devine, Army Chaplain

Major Pat Devine, Army National Training Unit Ministry Team Observer, Coach/Trainer (OC/T)

Major Pat Devine is currently an active duty Army chaplain and sees FSM as an important connection for continuing service to soldiers and their families long after they leave the military. He is thankful to be serving as an FSM biblical counselor because he feels that FSM’s mission and service says “thank you for your service” in a real, meaningful, and life-changing way through the gospel of Jesus Christ.

The military life is a major part of Pat’s experience. His immediate family (parents, siblings, and brother-in-law) have over 75 years of combined military service. Previously a field artillery officer, Pat completed seminary in 2004 (Missio Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, formerly Biblical Theological Seminary) and served the local church in the Philadelphia region (Fly Eagles, Fly!).

Pat returned to active duty as a chaplain in 2008 and has spent a total of 31 months forward deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan as a battalion and brigade chaplain with the 82nd Airborne Division, the 25th Infantry Division, and the 4th Infantry Division. He has seen the devastating effects of war on soldiers and their families in a personal way. His passion is to help others experience biblical change as they personally confront the consequences of war.

Pat is currently serving as Unit Ministry Team Observer, Coach/Trainer (OC/T), at the Army’s National Training Center in Southern California. He is working toward ACBC certification for biblical counseling. Tana, his wife of 26 years, is in her final year of completing an MABC at The Master’s University.


The positions and opinions expressed by Pat Devine are his own and do not necessarily represent the views of the United States Government, the Department of Defense, or the United States Army.

 

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