So does the Lord Jesus;
37 Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. 38 Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.”
Just in from the Office of the Army Chief of Chaplains; 4 October 2019
Thank you for the heavy lift last year for the Army Chaplain Corps. Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 was the largest year for accessions in the Chaplain Corps in over twelve years. You provided a myriad of ministers to answer the call to serve God and country!
FY 2020 will be even larger. But with hard work from all involved, we will continue to provide Chaplains to meet the needs of the Army. And we will close vacancies across the Army that have not been filled in numerous years.
(MAJ) Chris Wallace
Uncle Sam also needs chaplains in the Air Force, Navy (Marines & Coast Guard), active duty, reserve and National Guard. Other Federal agencies seeking qualified and endorsed fulltime chaplains include the Veterans Health Administration, Federal Bureau of Prisons; with volunteer positions in local FBI field offices.
At the State and local levels are another group of agencies seeking chaplains, full, part-time pastors who sense a call to medical centers, hospitals and hospice ministry. Many local communities seek pastors to volunteer as first responder chaplains with law enforcement, firefighters and EMS. Specialized volunteer chaplains walk America’s Great Trails seeking wounded warriors, ride motorcycles, minister to Veterans and other creative ministry venues.
For information on what it takes to be endorsed as a chaplain, contact Andy Meverden at firstname.lastname@example.org.