Compassion Fatigue: When You Care So Much It Hurts YOU

Women’s Statehouse Day Encourages Government Leaders

Finding Peace and Meaning in Dying

Ch. Worrell Promoted to Major

Chaplaincy Director Speaks at Grace Baptist Church

Latest Ministry Happenings

  • Harold Hayes, Chaplain

    Harold Hayes, Chaplain

    GIG HARBOR, Wash.—Harold Hayes, retired pastor, GARBC chaplain, and recipient of an honorary doctorate from Corban University, died April 9. He was 89. Harold was born into a Christian family in central California, and came to know the Lord at an early age. He attended Westmont College in Santa Barbara, where he met Marjorie Trowbridge, who would become his wife and ...more


Community Service

  • Ministering to Those in Prison

    Ministering to Those in Prison

    The River Church wrapped up its prison ministry for the season in late September after reaching more than 40,000 inmates in a total of 21 ...more

 

Institutional

  • The Role of a Trauma Chaplain

    The Role of a Trauma Chaplain

    At Orlando Regional Medical Center, patients and their families would be blessed to meet Chaplain Robert Leavitt. As a trauma chaplain, he attempts to bring ...more

 

Resources

  • A Man and His Country

    A Man and His Country

    A Man and His Country. This men's Bible study will help develop a patriotic grid that enables you to differentiate good practices from those that might diminish your testimony for ...more

  • Memorial Day Service Resources

    Memorial Day, a great time to reach out to your community and honor local heroes, is May 30. Here are great resources for planning a special patriotic service or event. 1. Tract: “A Soldier’s Journey of Faith,” The story of Major General David H. Hicks, the current Army Chief of Chaplains. Produced by Good News Publishers, 1300 Crescent St., Wheaton, IL ...more