About James F. Linzey

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James F. Linzey retired with an Honorable Discharge from the US Army National Guard as a highly decorated chaplain with the rank of Major. Among many assignments throughout nearly 24 years of service, he served as the first full time chaplain for the Leader’s Training Course under the US Army Cadet Command at Fort Knox, Kentucky. He was invited to return the following two years. He served with distinction as chaplain for the Officer Candidate School for the western region of the US Army National Guard. He was the supervising chaplain for the largest mobilization and demobilization mission in the continental United States at Fort Bliss, Texas, and served as Acting Installation Chaplain at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. A graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary, he is the chief editor of Modern English Version and author of Moral Leadership.



3 thoughts on “About James F. Linzey

  1. Jose, estoy satisfecho extremadamente con su comentario e investigación. Serví como misionario a Santa Rosalia en Baja California para la cruzada evangelistic y Mexicali al ministro en iglesias y al trabajo en los orphanages. El español es mi segunda lengua. Y no es perfecto. Podía también utilizar mi capacidad de hablar español cuando enseñé a tercer grado la clase bilingüe en Los Ángeles.

    Jose, I am extremely pleased with your comment and inquiry. I served as a missionary to Santa Rosalia in Baja California for evangelistic crusade and Mexicali to minister in churches and work at orphanages. Spanish is my second language. (And it’s not perfect). I was also able to use my ability to speak Spanish when I taught a third grade bilingual class in Los Angeles.

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