Instructors:

Dr. Mike McKinney, Chaplain (RDML) Emeritus USV-JSC;
Chaplain (Lt Col) USAF Civil Air Patrol

Dr. Albert Aguilar, Chaplain (BG) Emeritus USV-JSC; Chaplain and Spiritual Care Director for Citrus Valley Health Partners

Capt. Jerry Prickett, USN Ret.33 years active duty and distinguished career in energy sector

Dr. Robert Harris, Chaplain (Lt Col) USAF CAP
Currently serving as California Wing Commander

Dr. Mike Lynch, Chaplain (Brig Gen), SOE Command Chaplain USV-JSC; Emergency Services, CPR and First Aid

Dr. Jackie Hornsby, Chaplain (COL), Chief of Chaplains USV-JSC
Recruiting Officer
Chaplain (Maj) Terry McCaffrey
USAFVR
ki6wmf@hotmail.com
(909)260-7150

Chief of Chaplains
Chaplain (COL) Jackie Hornsby
USAVR
hornsbyjackie@yahoo.com
(562)-644-2448
SOE Command Chaplain
Chaplain (Brig Gen) Mike Lynch
USAFVR
Email: chaplainlynch@yahoo.com
Phone: (661)201-0614


To register, contact:

Dr. Adelle McKinney
or
Dr. Jackie Hornsby


Promise Christian University
970 S. Village Oaks Dr., #201
Covina, CA 91724

Phone: 626-768-3060
Fax: 626-657-8003
Email: mypcu@aol.com

http://promisechristianuniversity.com
http://chaplainstraining.com

Chaplains Training Program

Chaplains Training 1 - Online
Chaplains Training 2 - Pastoral Care
Chaplains Training 3 - Leadership, Military Honors
Chaplains Training 4 - Emergency Services (optional training)
CPR/First Aid Certification

Subjects Covered

Society's need for Chaplains
History of the Chaplaincy
Types of Chaplains
Duties, Roles, and Responsibilities of a Chaplain
Spirituality and the Chaplain
Ethnic and Gender Inclusiveness
Pastoral Care, End of Life Issues
Ethics and Morality
Ministry of Presence, Pluralism
Qualifications
Protocol - Standards, Customs, and Courtesies
Military Funeral Honors
Leadership: Civilian vs Military
Emergency Services, Working with FEMA
AP3 Program Department of Defense
Crisis Incident Stress Management


Chaplain Corps College


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Promise Christian University

The Promise Christian University teaching staff for the Chaplains Certificate Training Program are comprised of retired chaplains or chaplains currently serving in volunteer organizations who all have "on-the-field" experience they share with the class.

Our nation is in need of prepared, trained clergy who are available to minister outside of the four walls of the church. These men and women understand the meaning of "Ministry of Presence" and "Pluralism."  It does not affect their walk with Christ nor faith in Him.


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UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS-JOINT SERVICES COMMAND

A 19th Century Concept. A 21st Century Mission.




USV-JSC Chaplain Corps Mission


Motto: "Ready to Serve"


To assist in Military Funeral Honors (MFH) for our nation's veterans; to cooperate in emergency services with the USV-JSC Medical Reserve Command (MRC) and the State of Emergency Response Command (SOECOM).

History

The USV-JSC Chaplain Corps was officially founded in 2007. LTG Allen A. Baumann, USV-JSC National Commander, felt there was a need to incorporate chaplains in the mission of the organization "Boots on Graves."

The Chaplain Corps is comprised of retired military chaplains, active chaplains, and civilians who volunteer to serve in Units that conduct funeral services at our nation's cemeteries.

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Requirements to Join the USV-JSC Chaplain Corps

Chaplains

Chaplains serving in the USV-JSC Chaplains Corps are given the rank of an officer. Therefore, all chaplains must have completed or attained the following in order to serve as a Chaplain:

  1.  Bachelors degree or higher
  2.  Ordination or recognition as a clergy member of the denomination or religious organization
  3.  Letter of Endorsement from that organization
  4.  Completion of Chaplaincy Training offered by an approved training institution
  5.  Approved for membership in the USV-JSC


Chaplain Assistants

Men and women can still serve in the Chaplain Corps as Chaplain Assistants if they do not meet the above requirements. However, they must have these minimum requirements:
  1.  60 units of College credit
  2.  Completion of Chaplaincy Training offered by an approved training institution
  3.  Letter of Endorsement from their Pastor or Religious Supervisor
  4.  Approved for membership in the USV-JSC
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