A Soldier’s Silent Night

Where would we be without our brave soldiers? Please take a minute to watch “A Soldier’s Silent Night” and remember those that fight for our country. May God Bless our soldiers and may He bless the families that also pay the ultimate sacrifice. Merry Christmas my friends!

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  • Jenny Culver

    Thank you for your video:)  This is my dad, Father Ted Berndt, narrating this song:)  It was produced by my sister, Ellen Stout.  It was 2003, 5 months before Dad lost his final battle; with pancreatic cancer.  Hear the song, see the full story and a video interview with Father Ted at http://www.asoldiersilentnight.com.  God Bless!

    • Thanks for taking the time to comment, Jenny. I read a little about your father after you posted this and he seems like he was a great man. I’m sorry to hear that he lost his battle w/ cancer.

      Unfortunately, people like him are few and far between nowadays. It’s definitely tough to find someone that made such a positive impact in the service to their country, their God and their family.

      God Bless your dad and your family.

      P.S. Looks like you guys created a new FB page for him. I included the link below.

      http://www.facebook.com/pages/Father-Ted-A-Soldiers-Silent-Night/169242994325?sk=wall

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