Chaplain follows the shepherd’s path in unusual times.
Even in moments when words aren’t enough, chaplains share the importance of the ministry of presence in “those holy moments when sometimes we don’t have answers but are able to sit with those in need.”
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Dr. Gary Carr will represent The Wesleyan Church as an elected member-at-large to the National Conference on Ministry to the Armed Forces NCMAF.
In a country where Christianity is often frowned upon, a Wesleyan chaplain is encouraged by the hope held by Cuban Christians.
Wesleyan pastor, Rev. Sam Frye, has been recognized for his role in impacting the lives of police officers as both a cop and chaplain.
Chaplain Richard Bareiss paved the way for chaplaincy at both Houghton College and Marion College (now Indiana Wesleyan University), as well as various law enforcement agencies.
Wesleyan military chaplains came together for debriefing, inspiration, and fellowship at the biannual retreat at the Cove.
A 24-year veteran of the Michigan State Police Chaplain Corps, Rev. Bryan Thompson also pastors a church.
Chaplain Captain Ray Smith served one month in Nepal after the disastrous April earthquake. His service was appreciated by many, and he was rewarded with thousands of smiles and thanks.