Advisory Tuesday, January 10
8:30 am - 12: 30 pm

Chaplaincy in Review...A Journey in Service
The call to chaplaincy normally begins as a desire to expand ministry from a congregational setting into a specialized field of chaplaincy. This seminar looks at how that journey begins and branches out to various fields of ministry.
Tuesday, January 10
2:30 pm - 3:45 pm
Art Slagle
Assistant Director,
Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries
North American Division


Pastoral Care for Veterans and Service Members
After fifteen years of war, many congregations have members who are veterans, often still serving in the Guard and Reserve. Others are located near military installations, and ministry with deploying service members and their families is an important part of the congregational mission. This session will look at issues faced by veterans and their families, and how pastors and churches can engage them.
Tuesday, January 10
4:00 pm - 5:15 pm
CH (MAJ) William Cork
Assistant Director,
Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries
North American Division


The Do’s and Don’ts … Developing the Art of Listening
Are you interested in an exciting and fulfilling career that exceeds traditional ministry? If so, this seminar on Chaplaincy Ministry is designed for you! Chaplains serve on educational campuses, in community and government agencies, correctional institutions, healthcare facilities and the armed forces. Chaplains minister in diverse religious settings meeting the spiritual and moral needs of people, while demonstrating the compassionate love of Christ. This seminar will provide information related to the requirements for becoming a chaplain and the many opportunities for service in chaplaincy ministries.
 
Wednesday, January 11
9:45 am - 11:00 am
Ivan Omana
Assistant Director,
Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries
North American Division


Chaplaincy: Ministry's Best Kept Secret
Are you interested in an exciting and fulfilling career that exceeds traditional ministry? If so, this seminar on Chaplaincy Ministry is designed for you! Chaplains serve on educational campuses, in community and government agencies, correctional institutions, healthcare facilities and the armed forces. Chaplains minister in diverse religious settings meeting the spiritual and moral needs of people, while demonstrating the compassionate love of Christ. This seminar will provide information related to the requirements for becoming a chaplain and the many opportunities for service in chaplaincy ministries.
Wednesday, January 11
11:15 am - 12:30 pm
Washington Johnson II
Assistant Director,
Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries
North American Division