Feeling led to a ministry outside the walls of the church? Uncover the historical and biblical foundations for chaplaincy, and then explore universal chaplaincy issues of accountability, privacy, personal ethics, spiritual assessment, and self-care. The Work of the Chaplain provides specific guidance for multireligious and unique areas where chaplains minister:
- Military chaplaincy
- Health-care chaplaincy
- Correctional or prison chaplaincy
- First-responder chaplaincy
- Workplace chaplaincy
- And more!
About the Authors:
Naomi Kohatsu Paget is a board certified chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains and crisis interventionist for the FBI, Southern Baptist Disaster Relief, and American Red Cross. She is the author of Disaster Relief Chaplaincy (North American Mission Board) and also has broad chaplain experience in the workplace, parish, healthcare, community, and law enforcement arenas.
Janet Rae McCormack is a board certified chaplain with the Association of Professional Chaplains and an American Baptist Churches USA minister. She serves as director of the Chaplaincy and Counseling Training Centers, and is assistant professor of Chaplaincy and Pastoral Counseling at Denver Seminary. A retired Air Force chaplain, she has extensive experience in military, hospital, police, prison, NASCAR, crisis, trauma, and industrial chaplaincy.
Paperback. Copyright 2006. 136 pages.