The Church of God of Prophecy Chaplaincy Ministries will be conducting twelve hours of Chaplaincy Training Classes August 10 & 11, 2008 as an add-on to the International Assembly in Nashville, Tennessee. Chaplains Don Yancey and Richard Guy, both from Arkansas, will be the primary instructors. The classes will be held in the Renaissance Hotel, Nashville, Tennessee beginning at 4:00 P. M. on Sunday, August 10th and will end Monday evening, August 11th. Location TBA. Each person to complete the program will receive a Certificate of Training. Registration cost is $30 per person. You can register online at www.ichaplains.com and then send your check for registration, along with your name, address, telephone number and email address to: Chaplaincy Ministries, Church of God of Prophecy, 35 Dee Vue Lane, Rossville, GA 30741.
This course is designed for pastors, ministers and church workers who are serving their communities as chaplains or who plan to establish a chaplaincy program in their local community. Those completing this practical, relevant training will be given basic information which will create the interest for additional training and a desire to begin their own local chaplaincy ministry to their communities in such settings as hospitals, nursing homes, law enforcement agencies, jails and prisons, public safety, hospice associations, rescue missions, etc.
For more information contact Dr. Douglas R. Stephenson, Chaplaincy Ministries Director at 423-432-2715 or 706-866-6575 or email me at email@example.com.
The Church of God of Prophecy Chaplaincy Ministries will be conducting a four hour Chaplaincy Orientation on Friday afternoon, August 15, 2008, during the Assembly in Nashville, Tennessee. The Orientation will be held in the Renaissance Hotel, beginning at 1:00 P. M. and will end at 5:00 P. M., location TBA.
Five (5) areas of the Chaplaincy will be presented by chaplains representing each of these ministries: Prison/Jail Chaplaincy; Hospital/Hospice Chaplaincy; Fire Chaplaincy; Law Enforcement/Police Chaplaincy; and the Military Chaplaincy. They will provide answers to the following questions: How does one become a chaplain? What are the qualifications? What does a chaplain actually do during a typical day? What are the challenges and the benefits of serving as a chaplain?
For more information contact Dr. Douglas R. Stephenson, Chaplaincy Ministries Director at 423-432-2715 or 706-866-6575 or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.