At that time, the first thing Vincent did was change his job. He didn’t leave the military, but he did shift to chaplain work for his last seven years of service.
As a licensed and ordained minister, Vincent first began to reflect on God’s will for his marriage. “The marriage relationship was designed and ordained by God,” he said, “and he alone is the solid foundation upon which any successful relationship must rest.”
This past October marked the Callaghan’s sixth CORR in the Canyon. More than 80 people from all over Texas and Louisiana settled into Singing Hills for a rich weekend learning about the character of God and the character of their own relationships. The location continues to be an important part of the retreat, Vincent and Mary said. “My wife and I and the CORR staff are truly humbled,” Vincent said, “to invite people to such a beautiful, spiritually impacting place.”
Just as Vincent and Mary receive the use of Foundation Camps for free, they pass that gift along to their guests, offering the retreat for free to married couples and couples considering marriage. This year, Vincent was especially excited to be hosting 23 individuals at the event.