Support our troops. The phrase is often used, but following through can be a challenge. Canadians need to understand the unique military culture to effectively support our troops. This is doubly true for the Canadian Christian community when offering support and reaching out with God's love. God's Tactical Unit draws on material from military personnel and family of the military, Department of National Defence resources, interviews, and personal ministry experience. Author Darlington bridges the culture gap between civilians and military personnel. For the church, he draws parallels between military life and serving as "a good soldier of Christ Jesus" (2 Timothy 2:3) in his call for effective ministry to the military grounded in understanding their lifestyle. Darlington believes the church can extend God's love in cooperation with and in addition to chaplaincy services provided for our Canadian Forces. About the author: David Darlington has spent forty-eight years as a dairy farmer and twenty-five in theological training and ministry, including service in communities surrounding two Canadian Forces bases. His two passions have overlapped during 66 years of life. His farm experience has left its mark as well in his hands-on, practical approach to ministry. He is a graduate of Ontario Agriculture College, Guelph; Emmanuel Bible College, Kitchener; Canadian Theological Seminary, Calgary, and Tyndale Theological Seminary, Toronto.