ANNISTON ARMY DEPOT, Ala. -- Col. Michael Klein, the chaplain for the Army Materiel Command, spoke at Anniston Army Depot's prayer breakfast Feb. 25.The event, held at the Berman Varner House, also featured scripture reading and songs from the depot's choir.Klein presented a message regarding keeping faith through challenges.He shared the story of the tribe of Judah, which was sent into exile after breaking a covenant made with God."We live in a cause and effect world," said Klein. "We believe good things should happen to good people and bad things should happen to bad people."To show how we might have to work through our own challenges in life, Klein shared the story of a Soldier who had excelled in military life until he went to the Jumpmaster course, which he failed."God allows some hiccups and some bumps and some different things to go on in our lives to build character, to build endurance," said Klein. "It's all about perspective."Klein said those bumps may be God's attempt at getting our attention.He shared a story from his own life, when he learned he could no longer run every day."I literally felt like I had experienced a death," said Klein. "But, I realized that will preserve my health. So, one day, when I turn in this uniform, I will hopefully have some quality of life."