Band of brothers | S4E2

Season #4

Our “anchor verse” in Disentangled is 2 Timothy 2:3-4. Here’s the NASB version:

Suffer hardship with me, as a good soldier of Christ Jesus. No soldier in active service entangles himself in the affairs of everyday life, so that he may please the one who enlisted him.


In episode 1 of this series we noted that warriors unite around a common oath— they have throughout history.

They also, as we discuss here, align around a common purpose— something bigger than each individual person serving.


The common thread, regardless of where they serve and where their role is, is that they disentangle from civilian life and entangle into the military.

This is not only essential for the military, but it’s THE metaphor Paul used for the Christian. We’ll build on this idea later in this series.


(Note: this content comes from the second part of chapter 1 in Disentangled.)



Videos shared in this episode

Before = Trauma Comes Home trailer

After = A Songs of Hope song writer & veteran discuss what it was like coming back from Vietnam

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