John Schluep

Founder, Warriors Journey Home Ministry

Guest

Senior pastor of First Congregational Church of Tallmadge, Ohio; Vietnam Era veteran and founder of Warriors Journey Home Ministry

John Schluep on KCRW

From the deep South to the Midwest to California and Washington State, military bases and surrounding towns are bulging these days with the last combat soldiers coming home from Iraq. …

Coming Home from the Iraq War

From the deep South to the Midwest to California and Washington State, military bases and surrounding towns are bulging these days with the last combat soldiers coming home from Iraq. …

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America's combat role in Iraq has ended, and tens of thousands of returning troops are repopulating military bases and nearby towns all over the country.

The Joys and Sorrows of Coming Home

America's combat role in Iraq has ended, and tens of thousands of returning troops are repopulating military bases and nearby towns all over the country.

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