U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black on the Holidays

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Barry Black, chaplain of the United States Senate and former chief of Navy chaplains, talks about the role of ministering during the holiday season. He tells Tony Cox that there are particular challenges when it comes to ministering to people serving the nation.



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