Called to a Ministry of Reconciliation

Jay+ Clark’s commissioning at Winter Conference 2018 Since he was a teenager at Christ Church Nashville, Jay+ Clark has sensed a called to ministry. In recent years, God has shaped that call, leading him to pursue service as an Air Force chaplain. As he prepares to begin this new role, Jay+ shared how the Lord has given him a heart for helping military members and their families pursue reconciliation with themselves, their communities and God. Jay+ has been part of a church for as long as he can remember. “We were the family that if the church doors were open, we would find a reason to go; if they were closed we were still going to try to find a reason to go,” he recalls. As a young person at Christ Church Nashville, Jay+ felt lead to ministry, and thought he would serve as a pediatrician. He found a mentor in +Dan Scott, who was associate pastor at the time. “I’m convinced he saw something I never quite saw in myself,” Jay+ shares, remembering the encouragement he received as he sought God’s guidance. […]

February 22nd, 2018|Chaplaincy|

Meet Dr. Robert+ Grant: Military Chaplain Endorser

Dr Robert+ Grant with Chaplain Mirenda Over the course of his life, Dr. Robert+ Grant has had various roles. He's been a radio talk show host, an academic, a pastor, and a coach. The common theme running through each of these roles is helping people engage with Jesus and live into God's calling [...]

July 20th, 2017|Chaplaincy, Leadership, Personal Story|

Sitting with Job: An Interview with Chaplain Chris Little

For Deacon Chris Little, being a chaplain is more than a job, it’s an answer to prayer. Deacon Little serves at People of God Anglican Church in Lakewood, CO and is a part-time chaplain for Lutheran Medical Center in Wheat Ridge, CO. We recently sat down with him to learn more about his ministry as [...]

November 27th, 2015|Chaplaincy, Personal Story, Vocation|0 Comments