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What Does It Mean To Be A Chaplain?

You don’t have to be a professional to be the hands and feet of Jesus to the world around you. Through training and credentials from the International Fellowship of Chaplains (I.F.O.C.), you’ll be equipped to step into the role you were designed to fill. You just need to find your adventure. 

 Mission Statement

We are an official operating Corps of the International Fellowship of Chaplains. We are a Christian Chaplain Ministry that provides practical community support and spiritual counsel to emergency service workers, those in crisis, secular society, and those persons in transition by meeting their needs. Regardless of age, race, creed, color, sex,  national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, marital status, or socioeconomic status.
Trained and licensed chaplains provide counsel, education, advocacy, life improvement skills, and recovery training, providing a bridge between the secular and spiritual environments of community life throughout the Great Basin. We operate and are developing specialty teams ranging from but are not limited to, law enforcement, fire, displaced populations, ems, hospice, hospital, peer support, financial, training, community outreach/public information, human trafficking, and more currently being considered. 


No one should have to go through a crisis alone.
Fear and insecurity have kept too many people from living out their desire to serve the hurting. Have you been paralyzed by your lack of knowledge? Don’t watch from the sidelines. You were created with significance–to bring hope to the hurting.
Join over 1,700 Chaplains who are active and currently credentialed by I.F.O.C. to bring care in the areas of police, fire, medical, prisons, search & rescue, sports, colleges, hospice, nursing homes, bikers, and others.

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