A Chaplain for Such a Time as This

In the midst of an exceedingly challenging season, AMiA chaplain Cindy Miller has been given an opportunity. As many ministries have been placed on pause in response to the pandemic, Cindy has seen doors open in ways that wouldn’t have been possible just months before. “God has just been transcending,” she says. “He’s just bigger than our own limitations.” God’s transcendent work during COVID-19 began long before the virus hit, and it included uniquely preparing Cindy to serve in her…

Called to a Ministry of Reconciliation

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. After studying science in college for a while and getting involved in campus ministry, Jay+ realized that his call was to minister not through medicine, but through providing spiritual care….

Meet Dr. Robert+ Grant: Military Chaplain Endorser

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 on their life. Dr. Grant+ has been a member of AMiA since 2003 and during that time has served as a rector, regional vicar, director of clergy formation and as AMiA’s military chaplain…

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 a hospital chaplain. Why did you want to become a chaplain? Chaplaincy is a late vocation for me. I went to seminary in Colorado in…