Chaplain Bryan's Biography

Chaplain Jeff Bryan began his military career in 1991 as a Private (E-1). He served nearly five years as an enlisted infantryman with a brief stint as a field artillery canon crew member. His varied positions included the following: rifleman, grenadier, squad automatic rifleman, anti-tank weapons specialist, radioman, and machine gunner before completing his service in early 1996.

In the fall of 1996, Jeff met Dino Glassman, a street evangelist,  and prayed with him. Jeff accepted Jesus Christ into his life as his personal Lord and Savior. Over the next year he sensed God leading him towards full-time ministry. In 1997 he attended Central Bible College (CBC) in Springfield, Missouri, and graduated in 2001. After he graduated from CBC Jeff was involved in inner city volunteer work with the Los Angeles County Teen Challenge and also served in associate pastorships at New Life Assembly of God in Atchison, Kansas; Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Phillipsburg, Missouri; and National Avenue Assembly of God in Springfield, Missouri. 
After completing a Master of Divinity at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary in Springfield, Missouri, Chaplain Bryan reentered active duty service with the United States Army.  His family lives in Maryland.  


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