Chaplaincy Presented at First Baptist, Waverly, Iowa

Remembering the Fallen on Memorial Day

Chaplaincy Training to Take Place Before Annual Conference

Chaplaincy Director Visits Ch. Worrell

Ch. David Murdoch Recognized for Service

Latest Ministry Happenings

  • Chaplains Receive Training in Compassion Fatigue, Bereavement Ministry, and Crisis Response

    Chaplains Receive Training in Compassion Fatigue, Bereavement Ministry, and Crisis Response

    Compassion fatigue, bereavement ministry, and crisis response were the topics of discussion during Tuesday’s 2019 annual conference chaplaincy training module. Andy Bittle, pastor of counseling ministries at Living Waters Fellowship in Des Moines, Iowa, and a Certified Biblical Counselor, led the day’s discussion. After Bittle’s presentation, police chaplain Dick Dayton shared his experience ministering to those who were affected by a ...more

  • Remembering the Fallen on Memorial Day

    Remembering the Fallen on Memorial Day

    Does celebrating Memorial Day with cookouts and with family and friends diminish anyone's sacrifice? Not at all, for it is because of their sacrifice we are free to ...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

 

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Resources

  • Veterans' Day Resources

    Veterans’ Day , a great time to reach out to your community and honor local heroes, is November 11. 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, ...more