Community Chaplains serving in all areas of New Mexico
It is our desire to see chaplains who are professionally trained, certified, licensed and equipped, providing meaningful, life changing service to the communities in which they live and serve in through involvement in every sector of community life, without discrimination.
Mission: To provide practical community support and spiritual counsel to all first responders, emergency service workers, those in crisis, secular society and those persons in transition by meeting their needs. Professionally trained, certified and licensed chaplains will provide counsel, education, advocacy, life improvement skills and recovery training, providing a bridge between the secular and spiritual environments of community life throughout the world. We believe that God is using the Chaplaincy ministry as a movement, mobilizing His Church to leave the building, going into the world, being the church without the walls, “Providing Care and Service In Jesus Name.”
Albuquerque Community Chaplains's cover photo
Let us remember that the Lord still performs miracles, as we celebrate the 3,412 years ago today the walls of Jericho fell down.
It happened on the 7th of March 1400 B.C.
An in-depth analysis of the evidence, however, reveals that the destruction took place around 1400 B.C. (end of the Late Bronze I period), exactly when the Bible says the conquest occurred.3
[03/04/12] The team that went to El Paso did well. All reports were successful, praying for the team's work this morning and then safe trip home this afternoon.
[03/02/12] Well we have another team heading to El Paso for the weekend serving the NMGuard. Please keep them in your prayers for traveling, and their assignments.
Here is a link form the channel 9 News team in Tucson as they covered our IFOC chaplain class
kgun9.com Calvary Chapel of Tucson played host to experienced and new chaplains from five different states.
The rest of the class in Tucson
IFOC Class in Tucson
IFOC Class in Tucson
If anyone in the Taos area or anywhere in the country is interested in spending a week in the Taos N.M. and learn the basics of what it means to be a Chaplain, click the link and sign up.
Interested in new ways to reach out and help others, the next Chaplain training class here in Albuquerque is now wset.
If the Lord leads, I felt our presence would be beneficial to the stabbing death of a high school student. If you want to go, its with sensitivity..... no approaching anyone, just a presence. Wear you jackets, or something that would show your a Chaplain.
PLEASE..... THIS IS NOT A CALL OUT, ITS "optional", but you must go with a partner.
Thank you. I just thought it was shocking for our community, and being that the community is invited and we are community Chaplains, then, as I said " As the Lord leads".
A candlelight vigil is slated for 5:30 p.m. Friday. The New Mexico Coalition for Student Justice encourages students, parents, staff and community members to attend.
koat.com ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Albuquerque police investigate a fatal stabbing at the Cesar Chavez Community School. Friday, January 20, 2012.
In memory of one of our chaplains. Celebration of Life service for Sr. Chaplain Deborah Gunderman will be Saturday, January 21, 2012 at 1:00 pm at Christ Community Fellowship church. The church is located at 5908 Anaheim Avenue NE, Albuquerque, NM 87113-1708.
June 2011 Class in which Deborah Gunderman was a part of. Let us remember her as she went home to be with the Lord this morning Jan 17th at 2:00 am.
Please keep her family in prayer as they suffer this great loss.
Again 5 chaplains and one is the MC at the men's mentoring conference
[01/10/12] OK, I am ready to start scheduling classes for 2012. If you would like a special class or something interesting that I can either teach or find someone trained to teach, what would you like to have here in ABQ this year. We will probably start in March and go thru till we have accomplished what we need to get done.
Taos, NM 2012
At the ordination of Jeo Oiesen and Henry Ostrander in Taos NM.
Explaining Chaplaincy to interested men and women in Taos, NM.
[01/03/12] Please keep this in your prayers: I will going to Taos, NM on Thursday and meeting with the Chief of Police of the Jicarilla Police Department, as they have requested Chaplains be available for the department and the Apache Tribe at the Taos Pueblo. Also, will be meeting and training Pastors and elders in Taos the meaning of Chaplaincy and how it can serve their community. Then speaking at the Ordination ceremony for Jeo and Henry.
[01/03/12] As this new year is already planned out by our Lord, all we need to do is stay close to Jesus and do as He directs. The message the Lord gave me for this coming year is "CHANGE" as we gear up and prepare for the excitement coming, I will fill you in on what the word is meaning for us this year.
Our newly formed Taos Chaplain team. Stay warm kids!
[12/15/11] Check the photos from our CHRISTmas Party last week. Click on photos and then the album Christmas party 2011. Enjoy, it was a great time by all.
Chaplain CHRISTmas Party 2011
Community Chaplains serving the community in 2011 over 23,342 hours.
[12/06/11] CHRISTmas Party Sunday evening December 11th at 5 pm in the Hub at Calvary of Albuquerque. Hope to see all there.
[11/27/11] Wednesday evening meeting anyone interested in adopting a fire Station. Special guest coming, for more info: ASK!
[11/26/11] Ok Thanksgiving is over, though we shall never stop being thankful. Black Friday is over, and 2 weeks till our CHRISTmas party and year end review. We still have room for about 15 people at the katered dinner party, some great items available at the silent auction, and oh yeah some nice door prizes. Looking forward to seeing you there.
[11/24/11] Happy Thanks giving to all, may you be blessed always.
The 9th IFOC Class here in ABQ, Nov 14-18, 2011. All are "FAT" Faithful, Available and Trainable, now lets go.
Les and Battalion Commander Skip.
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