It's Not IF... It's WHEN!
It's going to happen. A natural disaster, a mass casualty incident, or even a line of duty death. When it does happen, Chaplains are present to offer assistance. comfort, and care to all in need. But when the event is over, where does the Chaplain turn for help?
That's why Midwest Chaplain Network exists - we want to be an ongoing resource of spiritual and emotional support for First Response Chaplains and the First Responders they serve.
This simple devotional can be used day after day, month after month to build and strengthen hope in your life and ministry as a First Response Chaplain.
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New Name - Same Mission!
We recently changed our "doing business as" name from the Midwest Chaplain Association to the Midwest Chaplain Network. We felt that the word "Association" reflected more of a governing role than that of a co-laborer in Chaplaincy. That is not the message we wish to express! Our leadership team felt that the word "Network" was more appropriate for this organization. We are an organization that wants to assist other Police, Fire, and EMS Chaplains by providing resources, networking, training, and fellowship with one another. We want to encourage and build up fellow Chaplains in their times of success and in their times of failure!
Thank you for embracing this change with us! We look forward to serving you for many years to come!
1st Responder Chaplaincy 101 Certification Course
This 1 day training offers new Chaplains the opportunity to establish a strong foundation of how to minister to Police, Fire, and EMS personnel. It also provides the seasoned Chaplain with a great refresher training in core curriculum. Click here for course description.
Death Notification 201 Certification Course
There's no such thing as an easy death notification!
Death Notification 201 provides a review of the necessary foundation for Chaplains to provide sensitive, yet professional death notifications while adding an emphasis on the adolescent family member. This course focuses on the difference between a Non-Bereaved Adolescent and a Bereaved Adolescent in crisis and how to minister in both cases. Click here for course description.
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