Seeking to support and defend prospective, current, and former service members while bearing true faith and allegiance to God.


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At Centurion’s Guild we take very seriously the honor and dignity of our service members while also trying to be true to the higher allegiance we are called to as Christians.  In that sense, we try to remember that God is ultimately greater than our country, which is why our informal maxim is “GOD > u.s.”  Our hope is that we remember Peter’s insistence that, when it comes down to it, “we must obey God rather than human beings” (Acts 5:29).

As such, we have felt called to consider amongst ourselves and the general public what exactly it means in our day and age to be a Christian soldier, which is where we came up with the image of a Centurion. We support others relationally through theologically informed conversations that encourage and edify one another.  Sometimes those conversations lead people away from the military, other times it doesn’t; we aren’t here to convince people of our beliefs, but to help them develop their own.

We want our fellow soldier saints to know there is a community of believers wrestling with what it means to love God and country (in that order).

Bear with us as we build a more comprehensive web site that will provide access to both military regulations and trends and religious resources, such as podcasts, articles, and videos pertaining to the theology surrounding war, peace, and statecraft. To contribute to our efforts, please visit our Support page.  We would love to interact with you on FacebookTwitter, and right here on our blog!  We will try to incorporate a wide range of posts (video, audio, written, links, etc.) for you to deliberate on.  Invite your friends, tell your church, and think about this stuff yourself; help us wage peace!

Meet a Centurion – Matt Moorman

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My childhood was soaked in the intersections of military service and faith–due to an absentee father, my grandfather was the…

We have taken an oath to God before we took one to [the Commander in Chief, who] cannot place any confidence in our second oath if we violate the the first. - Maurice of Thebes; Patron Saint of the Infantry