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(Left) Chaplain Chet Egert (far right) served as 101st Airborne Chaplain on the staff of General David Petraeus during his deployment to Mosul, Iraq.               

(Below) 100 Army couples worship at Ft. Lee Williamsburg Retreat.

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Dr. Harvey Brown and his wife Marilyn led 100 U.S. Army couples in a three-day marriage retreat hosted by Chaplain (Colonel) Chet Egert, Garrison Senior Chaplain at Ft. Lee, Virginia. Fort Lee is home to the Combined Arms Support Command, the Army Logistics University, the U.S. Army Ordnance School, the U.S. Army Quartermaster School and the U.S. Army Transportation School. Egert previously hosted Dr. and Mrs. Brown for several days of ministry at NATO Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, when he was serving as the NATO Chaplain.

During the course of the weekend, Dr. Brown spoke five times. Besides leading the opening session on Friday the and closing worship on Sunday, he offered three workshop tracks on Saturday. Topics covered and brief descriptions are below:

Fighting Fair — All is NOT fair in love and war. Help for surviving, and thriving, in heart-to-heart combat.

Faithful and True: Seven Desires of Every Heart — Identify the seven yearnings of all men and women, and learn to build a healthy relationship on solid, common ground.

Sexy Christians: The Purpose, Power, and Passion of Biblical Intimacy — A fresh perspective on the relationship between the great mystery of sex and the Christian faith that helps any couple see one another better. . . and become more intimate, connected, and happy.

The Fort Lee Chaplains Office provided a children’s program during the retreat in order to offer childcare for the military families who were attending. The retreat was conducted in Williamsburg, Virginia.