Boldly Contending (New Release - Now Available)
Author Sonny Hernandez
“His call to be bold in our witness for Christ in our day is most appropriate, not only for those in the military chaplaincy, but for all of us who seek to live and testify for Christ.”
DR. JOHN A. BATTLE, President, Western Reformed Seminary
“A bold and challenging call for military chaplains to adopt a more militant stance in ministering the Gospel to our
servicemen and women.”
DR. DAVID MURRAY, Professor, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
“My friend, Chaplain Sonny Hernandez has written an important and informative book about being a truly Christian, military chaplain. Its emphasis on the biblical gospel, presuppositional apologetics, and genuine evangelism (among other things) is deeply heartening.”
DR. SAM WALDRON, Dean, Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary
“This concise book is a must-read for all military chaplains, as well as those considering entering chaplaincy. It is also a book which should be read by all Christians in order to understand the struggle for control of the chaplaincy and the powerful temptations to compromise which modern chaplains face in the military.”
DR. JONNY WHITE, Dean, Ekklesia Theological Seminary
“Dr. Sonny Hernandez has provided an indispensable tool for Christian military chaplains.”
DR. EDWARD L. DALCOUR, President, Department of Christian Defense & Senior Lecturer, North-West University Faculty of Theology
“If you are a military chaplain, or if the fire of evangelistic zeal is beginning to burn in your heart, then you need to read this book by Chaplain and Pastor Sonny Hernandez.”
AL BAKER, Revival & Evangelistic Preacher, Presbyterian Evangelistic Fellowship.
“I would urge those serving as military chaplains and those preparing to read Boldly Contending as a field manual
preparing to face the adversary and the terrain before going on mission for the Lord.”
DR. LARRY J. PURCELL, Associate Dean of Academic Administration & Professor of Leadership and Discipleship, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
The opinions expressed here are solely his and do not necessarily represent the views of any government, military, or religious organization. Sonny Hernandez wrote this article as a civilian on his own time on an issue of public interest.
Sonny Hernandez is a US Air Force Reserve Chaplain. In April 2015, he was selected as the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (IMA) Company Grade Officer of the Year. Hernandez earned a Doctorate from Tennessee Temple University in Chattanooga, Tennessee.