should each judge your own conduct. If it is good, then you can
be proud of what you yourself have done, without having to compare
it with what someone else has done.
Fellowship Ministries recruits, provides training and empowers
everyday hard working men and women as disaster and crisis response
chaplains and ministers to start their own ministries. This enables
them to respond in their communities when a crisis or disaster
strikes. Chaplain Fellowship also recruits chaplains for the United
States military, hospice, nursing homes, Law Enforcement, Federal
agencies, Fire Departments, Emergency services and community ministries.
DISASTER RESPONSE CHAPLAINS: CFMI recruits and trains chaplains
as disaster responder chaplains and emergency services chaplains.
Trained chaplains respond with their own ministries where ever
disasters strike within our communities, such as hurricane Katrina,
hurricane Rita, hurricane Ike, hurricane Lee, The Virginia Tech
Shooting and the Fort Hood Terrorist Attack. CFMI trained Chaplains
have responded to all of these Disasters and others. CFMI teaches
that chaplains working in their own ministries must build a network
of disaster response chaplains to work with the Red Cross, Emergency
Management, FEMA and other disaster response organization.
CFMI offers affordable training to chaplains and ministers in
disaster response, crisis intervention, Grief and Loss, Stress
Management, hospice, nursing home, public safety, pastoral crisis
counseling, Cultural Sensitivity and Spirituality, prison ministry
and community chaplaincy. Other courses are added as time allows.
DEPARTMENTAL CHAPLAINS: To recruit and train chaplains
to serve in Police Department, Fire Department, Federal and State
Agencies, Prisons, Nursing Homes, Hospitals, City and County Jails,
Drug Rehab Centers, Domestic Violence Shelters, Veterans Counseling
Centers and Community Street Ministries. Many state and federal
agencies are starting to see and realize the value of having chaplaincy
programs. Chaplains trained in crisis intervention, anger management
and domestic violence are very valuable to police departments,
fire departments and emergency services.