Ever Wondered if God is Real?
What does being a Chaplain mean?
Minister in areas of critical incident stress, grief and loss, trauma, and stress management
Provide counsel, education, advocacy, life-improvement skills, and recovery training
Build a bridge between the secular and spiritual environments of community life
Bring life changing service in every sector of community life, such as health and welfare, education, transitional living, emergency service, and governmental support
You don’t have to be a professional to be the hands and feet of Jesus to the world around you. With I.F.O.C. Chaplain training and credentials, you’ll be equipped to step into the role you were designed to fill.
Do you have questions? If so ask.
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.