Into 2021: NACM Chaplaincy Course Trains over 1,000 Members!

         Rev Rodger Niemeier, NACM Chaplaincy Program Director

I’m so happy to report at the beginning of this 2021 year, with so many challenges to face in America as well as many countries around the world, the NACM has added to the Lord’s “army” over 1,030 ordained, trained (through our NACM Christian Chaplaincy Course) and licensed NACM member CHAPLAINS!  We never anticipated the Lord calling so many into chaplaincy, but it certainly makes sense given the increasing great need among the Lost and Hurting outside the church walls.

May this “workforce” in the Lord continue to grow in number, but also in the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ to significantly impact those in nursing homes, jails, on our streets, in hospitals, our amazing military members and their families, our policemen and firemen, EMT’s and First Responders – and all those in crisis!  Let’s pray that pastors and churches deliberately rally behind these brave Christian chaplains, supporting them with prayer, encouragement and recognition since they exemplify reaching out to the Hurting in some of the most challenging circumstances this life can bring.

We have also become an endorsing ecclesiastical organization for chaplains entering the various military branches, having officially endorsed several NACM chaplains.


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2 thoughts on “Into 2021: NACM Chaplaincy Course Trains over 1,000 Members!”

  1. I'd like to take a brief moment to encourage anyone who is heeding God's calling into the chaplaincy to seriously consider taking Elder Rev. Niemeier's course. You will learn so much about this vital area of ministry and also about yourself. I recently completed the course and the blessings and insight from God bestowed upon me were just beyond incredible. The course is challenging and thought provoking, but is enriching and educating every step of the way. The course is self-paced and written in a way that is easy to understand. The best part of the course is at the end of each module, there is a forum discussion. Rev. Niemeier and other classmates actively participate in the discussions. And don't be concerned about asking any questions or sharing what God has taught you throughout the course or through your personal experiences. Anyone can complete this course with prayer and easy effort. The books are great cornerstones of reference. This is a five-star course! Even if you're not considering chaplaincy, the NACM Chaplaincy Course is worth taking anyway. I give it two thumbs up and enthusiastically recommend this course to everyone!

    • Thank you, Dusty, for your encouraging words and testimony to the course.  We are indeed living in a Day in which the skills of the chaplain are even appropriate and necessary for the pastor, the evangelist, and any mode of ministry!  Thank you again for posting about the NACM Christian Chaplaincy course!

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