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Focus on: ICT Chaplain

 

Traditionally, a chaplain is a minister, such as a priestpastorrabbiimam or lay representative of a religious tradition, attached to a secular institution such as a hospitalprison, military unit, school, police department, fire department, university, or private chapel. Though originally the word “chaplain” referred to representatives of the Christian faith,[1]

For more information how a chaplain can benefit your organization or about becoming a chaplain, please consider attending International Chaplaincy Training’s 12 week Certification Course beginning in September!

Email: chaplaincyschool@yahoo.com OR Call: 586-777-8357 to request a brochure.

like Esau, who sold his birthright for one meal. (WEB)

Hebrews 12: 16

How many people have lived their entire lives never realizing their intended destinies? People who were endowed by their creator with awesome gifts and talents that if cultivated would have impacted and changed the world. True greatness that was never realized lying hidden within the bosom of unwary souls. The irony of this treasure buried in earthen vessels is a tragic loss to mankind and a triumph for the powers of darkness. Satan delights in every soul that sells forfeits or ignores their God ordained calling. He is a sinister thief and will stop at nothing to steal any destiny that will ultimately glorify God. I have served as a hospice chaplain and have witnessed first hand the devastating effects of a stolen destiny.

Dease, Dr. Mike (2014-11-23). Called, According to His Purpose (Kindle Locations 339-345).  . Kindle Edition.
1 http://chaplains.iphc.org/stories/etymology.html

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