About Us

Rally Point Chapel is not a church or chapel that meets in a building for an hour on Sunday.  It is a collaboration of Chaplains and ministry leaders sharing information to strengthen and encourage the body of Christ.  The purpose of the site is to strategically disseminate information and provide encouragement to military members and their families.   RPC is an informational outreach tool to inspire Soldiers, strengthen Families and encourage Chaplains.  The site includes various blogs, video and audio podcasts as well as links to strategic resources for spiritual growth.

Ammunition 4 Life

MISSION: Our mission is to provide spiritual ammunition for the Soldier’s life.  Rally Point Chapel (RPC) is a place for anyone, anytime, anywhere to receive vital spiritual information and encouragement for discipleship and life transformation.

RPC is a place to gather Soldiers, Family members, and Chaplains and teach them how to live in such a way that their lives make a difference in the world for Jesus Christ.  We encourage them to then carry God’s presence into a broken world to restore the world and bring the kingdom of heaven to earth.

ACTIONS ON THE OBJECTIVE: Rally Point Chapel is about accountability, encouragement, and the dissemination of information with a plan of action to reflect on the past, refocus on the present, and be refreshed to continue onward. We gather here, at the Rally Point, to rekindle the presence of God in our lives so we can shine in our world.  We help all in need, engaging, attacking, defying evil, and defeating the enemy of life on all fronts and in every way.

 

Brandon Moore

Brandon Moore

RallyPointChapel.com was founded by Brandon Moore.  Brandon is passionate about the Church, teaching God’s Word in unique and challenging ways and bringing the presence of God to the world.  He is ordained through the Christian Churches and Churches of Christ.  He received a B.A. from Lincoln Christian University, a M.Div from Lincoln Christian Seminary and a Th.M from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.  He served as senior pastor of the Kenney Christian Church in Illinois from 2001-2005.  In 2005, Brandon became an Army Chaplain at Fort Bragg, NC, where he served and deployed with the 82nd Airborne Division and at Fort Campbell, KY where he served and with the a Special Forces.  He is currently an instructor at The United States Army Chaplain Center and School in Fort Jackson, SC.  Brandon has been married for over 12 years and has two awesome children.

 

CH Torres

Jorge Torres authors “Men of Valor.”  Jorge is passionate about sharing with men the journey and path one must follow that will enable them to become true men of valor. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in theology from Southern Adventist University, and a Masters of Divinity from Andrews Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary.   As a bi-lingual pastor, he has ministered in Georgia, Tennessee, and Florida and has also served as a missionary in Mexico and Taiwan.  He has been a chaplain for almost 10 years.  Jorge has been married for over 15 years and has four amazing children.

 

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Rallypointchapel.com has not been approved or endorsed by the United State federal government, Department of Defense, any military service branch or any agency thereof.  The product, services and information offered by the rallypointchapel.com site are not being made by any agency of the United States federal government.

This web site is produced by Brandon R. Moore.  Content of the site are not the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. government, the Department of Defense, the Department of the Army or the United States Army Chaplain Corps.

All information on this site is considered public unclassified information.  The appearance of external hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the U.S. Army.  The U.S. Army does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at this location.  Such links are provided consistent with the stated purpose of this web site.

 

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