Education | Christian cadets at military academies have found new opportunities to serve amid pandemic restrictions
by Esther Eaton
Posted 4/08/21, 12:19 pm
While quarantining after a COVID-19 exposure in late January, U.S. Coast Guard Academy (USCGA) junior Devin McClure followed a simple routine. He woke up, read his Bible—“I find if I don’t do that, then Satan eats my lunch”—and attended online classes from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. After a workout, he did homework, went to bed, and started again the next day. On Fridays, he attended an online Bible study discussing patience.
McClure found the topic applicable to his situation. Once his 14 days of quarantine were up, “I was definitely grateful to come back to the real world as we know it.”