Chris Rodda blogging last week at Talk To Action reports on the findings so far by the Military Religious Freedom Foundation in its investigation of Pentagon spending on faith-based programming-- mostly evangelical Christian in emphasis. Findings show several hundred thousand dollars was allocated for a "Commanding Generals' Spiritual Fitness Concert Series" at Fort Eustis and Fort Lee in Virginia. The Army's "Strong Bonds" program receives $30 million per year in funding for pre- and post-deployment retreats for soldiers and their families. The retreats often have an evangelical Christian theme to them. Also Military Community Youth Ministries has received over $12 million in Department of Defense contracts since 2000, while another evangelical group, Cadence International, has received $2.6 million.