[Editor's Comment: God has fulfilled the dream of Mark and Wilda Green for a Christian Radio Station in the Woodlands of Texas. We, the Morgan family, love Houston, Texas. We moved there in May 1970 from a three-year tour at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska. God enabled me and the people at Elmendorf to build the largest Protestant Sunday school in the Air Force. We enjoyed have over 1,500 people in Sunday school year round. Only God could do that. His amazing guidance and giving us the right people to be administrators, teachers, assistant teachers proved to be a great blessing to that military base.
I was selected by the Chief of Air Force Chaplains to be given a scholarship to do a year of Clinical Pastoral Education as an intern at Herman Hospital in the Texas Medical Center. Then, he gave me a back-to-back scholarship to do a resident program at Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas in a S. T. M. (Master of Sacred Theology) in Pastoral Counseling. I was given orders to be transferred to Wright-Patterson Air Base to be the director pastoral care and never completed my thesis project for the degree.
I became involved in a pilot program with Dr. Richard Scibetta, Chief of Psychiatry in a 21-day Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Program, and once a week, I conducted the group counseling sessions. Dr. Scibetta and I conducted monthly meetings with our base and command level chaplains with doctors and nurses. We discussed ways doctors and chaplains can work together in the overall care of our hospital chaplain.
In addition, God gave me the privilege to interview all 31 POWs who came to our medical center for debriefing and medical care. My life has been greatly enriched by all these exceptional opportunities to learn to minister to people in need.