According to Author Oz Hillman, in Today God Is First: Daily Workplace Inspiration, “studies show an alarming 90 percent of Christians do not feel they’ve been adequately trained to apply biblical faith in their work life”, or community. Can you imagine the impact the Body of Christ could have if believers understood that their communities were their “mission fields,” and those same believers were adequately equipped to meet the spiritual and emotional needs of individual communities? That is exactly what the community chaplain’s training is designed to achieve. (Please read A New Kind of Chaplain)
Community Chaplains Training Event
February 3-4 (Lessons 1-10)
March 3-4 (Lessons 11-20)
April 7-8 (Lessons 21-30)
Held at First Assembly of God, Waco, TX
If you or someone you know might be interested in becoming certified as a Community Chaplain, this is a great opportunity to become better equipped for ministry in the marketplace.
Please mail completed registration form, signed statement of faith and registration fee of $50 (or full tuition of
Chaplain Nathan Timmerman
2801 Prescott Lane
Seagoville, TX 75159
Community Chaplains have served and/or are serving in places such as Baylor healthcare Systems, Children’s Medical Center, numerous state and federal prisons, Woodmont Cabinetry, Dept. of Public Safety for DFW Airport, Express Employment Professionals, Hope Mansion, Teen Challenge, Chi Alpha Campus Ministries, Southwest Airlines, etc. Our Community Chaplains have also responded to critical incidents such as the recent tornadoes in Rowlett, Garland, Glenn Heights, the fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas, and in the aftermath of hurricanes such as Katrina and Rita.