Rev. Kristen Peachey, Director of Faith and Health Partnerships, shares wonderful resources in response to the Coronavirus.
Christ-Follower. Mom. Wife. Minister of the Word. Director of Chaplaincy and Care.
Sharing the story of chaplains. Extending Christ's Grace this beautiful and broken world. Hospitality. Cooking/Eating. Coffee. Social Justice. Hiking. Sunshine.
Sarah took a chance on an option she had never before considered (working with veterans) and discovered a "passion she didn't know existed." Find her story below!
As a church, it can be hard to know what to say to our veterans or military chaplains. But I encourage you to identify and reach out to the veterans in your congregation. This sample email may help guide you.
The Christian Reformed Office of Chaplaincy and Care is excited to introduce Adie, Jacob, Bernie, and Trent, our newly endorsed chaplains!
During our annual Chaplaincy and Care conference, I had the honor of meeting two pioneers who courageously overcame many challenges and paved the way for my ministry as a chaplain.
The Clinical Pastoral Education program is offered to pastors from both CRC and RCA churches in communities throughout the United States and Canada. Read more about it here.
Rather than being thanked on Memorial Day, we veterans want to join with everyone else to remember and grieve our lost friends. Here are some tips for remembering the lives lost too soon.
Thank you for this wonderful and comprehensive list of resources!posted on: Worship and COVID-19
What a great post! I also found this resource helpful especially #10:
Remember that you, too, are a finite and limited creature. Tend to your own needs. Lean into your own community for...posted on: Leading as a Non-Anxious Presence
I'm wondering if you could provide additional information in what type of organization you're looking for weather its (veterans, active/reserve/guard, US or Canada,officer or...posted on: Organization for Military Personnel?
Thank you for sharing part of your story and how Jim's ministry and CPE equipped you in ministry.
Thank you so much for allowing us to see into your sabbatical journey. I resonated with much of what you expressed. Thank you for following the call to work through others.posted on: Shifting to Indirect Success
We will do that. Thank you.posted on: Chaplain Prayers: Victims of Sexual Violence
@MJill H, Thank you for your beautiful addition to this prayer. This is our hope that this prayer and our other prayers will be enhanced by others. I'm wondering if you'd allow us to share your...posted on: Chaplain Prayers: Victims of Sexual Violence
Thank you for your prophetic voice and willingness to share.