Sharing the gospel and our lives with the military community

Sharing the gospel and our lives with the military community

Sharing the gospel and our lives with the military community

About Cadence

Military Ministries

Serve, Pray, Give

The Cadence Way

We Stay

In a transient and mobile military community, Cadence offers stability, strength, and consistency over the long haul to each installation we serve.

We Serve

Cadence enjoys favor with the military community and has a proven reputation of serving military personnel and families in general, and chaplains in particular.

We Shape

Cadence staff are experts in creating and sustaining biblical, life-changing fellowships within the military community.

We Send

Cadence ministries are constantly releasing military people transformed by Christ to live for Him wherever He sends them.

We Strive

Military ministry is all Cadence does. It is our one focus, passion, and joy. Cadence gives its all to the global military communities we serve.

While I was in grade school and my dad was stationed in Germany, we attended the house on Friday nights, and I witnessed my grandparents in action: serving and blessing others while opening up their large home with warm hospitality, good food, laughter, and Bible study. For many, including me, it was a place where we encountered God—not an abstract, far-off god, but a real, personal, loving, Savior God who orchestrates real-deal transformation and abundant life.”

Rebecca Sneller, Former military kid and current Cadence staff

“For many, including me, the hospitality house was a place where we encountered God—not an abstract, far-off god, but a real, personal, loving, Savior God who orchestrates real-deal transformation and abundant life.”

Rebecca Sneller, Former military kid and current Cadence staff

From the President

I attended two memorial services recently—one in Missouri and one in Michigan.

The service in Missouri was to grieve the sudden loss of a young man tragically killed in a car accident on his way home from work. He had been married for only two months to the daughter of one of our Cadence couples.

The chapel was filled with young people seeking to somehow trust God and celebrate Caleb’s life while also wrestling with the fragility of life here in this broken world under the curse.

It was very difficult.

The service in Michigan was to celebrate the life of a former Cadence missionary who had lived a long and fruitful life for the Lord. He suffered for about 24 years with the slow digression of the central nervous system caused by Parkinson’s Disease.

READ MORE