Presentation on theme: "Full Time State Support Chaplain Work: 608-242-3450 Cell: 608-630-1660 Fax: 608-242-3049 "Pro."— Presentation transcript:
Full Time State Support Chaplain Work: Cell: Fax: "Pro Deo et Patria... For God and Country!"
Chaplain Corp Our Vision Spiritual strength: wherever needed– whenever required. Our Mission Provide religious support to strengthen Soldiers and their families, who defend the Homeland here and abroad. Our Values Spirituality—Compassion—Diversity—Courage
Chaplain School *01-02 Oct10Volk Field Nov10Ft. McCoy (WMA) 03 Dec 10JFHQ 07 Jan11JFHQ 04 Feb 11JFHQ 04 Mar11JFHQ *01-02 Apr 11Volk Field 13 May11JFHQ 03 Jun11JFHQ * Indicate Dates that Chaplain Assistants are directed to attend the training.
Chaplain Candidates DO’S WORSHIP SERVICE NEWSLETTER ARTICLES BRIEFINGS INTEGRATE WITH SOLDIERS ATTEND MONTHLY CHAPLAIN CORPS TRAINING DON’TS ASSIGNED TO JFHQ REFERRED TO BY RANK NOT CHAPLAIN CANNOT COUNSEL CANNOT DEPLOY
CHAPLAIN / CHAPLAIN CANDIDATE DUTIES Nov-09 Drill DutiesRecurring DutiesOccasional Duties Pastoral ActsOfficial Acts Pastoral Acts Provide Worship Service Work a Marriage Weekend Counseling - Type: Hospital Visits Work a Singles Weekend Officiated at Wedding Baptism Recruiting of potential Chaplains Funeral Counseling - Type: Officers Association Annual Mtg Bible Study State Family Program Official Acts Bible / Materials handed out Wrote Article for Unit Newsletter Youth Camp Reunion / Reintegration Brief Official Acts Family Readiness Group Mtg Visit with New Soldier #: Community Meetings / Talks Soldiers Visited #: Death Notification Provide a 'Thought for the Day' Briefings - Type: Training Briefings - Type: World Religion - presentation Comments Location: Training
STRONG BONDS Strong Bonds is a unit-based, chaplain-led program which assists commanders in building individual resiliency by strengthening the Army Family. The core mission of the Strong Bonds program is to increase individual Soldier and Family member readiness through relationship education and skills training. Strong Bonds is conducted in an offsite retreat format in order to maximize the training effect. The retreat or “get away” provides a fun, safe, and secure environment in which to address the impact of relocations, deployments, and military lifestyle stressors.
STRONG BONDS P.I.C.K. (Premarital Interpersonal Choices and knowledge) For Single Service Members P.R.E.P. (Prevention, Relationship Enhancement Program) For Married Couples FAMILY WELLNESS For Married or Singles with Children (8 year olds can attend sessions) LAUGH YOUR WAY TO A BETTER MARRIAGE
P.I.C.K. AGENDA Friday Evening Dinner Welcome and Staff Introductions House Keeping Items Introduction to P.I.C.K. Weekend. Ice Breaker Saturday Morning Breakfast Session One: Birds Eye View Break Session Two: You can’t marry Jethro without getting the Clampets too! Lunch Break Saturday Afternoon Session Three: Ingredients Break Session Four: Expectations and Disappointments Group-social Activity Dinner(Optional) Sunday Morning Worship Service (Optional) Breakfast Review from Saturday Session Five: The Horse and the Cart Wrap up AAR
P.R.E.P. AGENDA Friday Evening Dinner Welcome and Staff Introductions House Keeping Items Session One: Introduction Ice Breaker Session Two: Communication Danger Signs Saturday Morning Breakfast Session Three: Honey Let’s Talk Break Session Four: Issues and Hidden Issues Session Five: Fun and Friendship Lunch Break
P.R.E.P. AGENDA Saturday Afternoon Session Six: You, Me and Us Session Seven: Stress and Relaxation Break Session Eight: Problem solving Session Nine: Forgiveness Session Ten: Supporting Each Other Couple Date Night Sunday Morning Worship Service (Optional) Breakfast Session Eleven: Deployment and Marriage Session Twelve: The Sensual/Sexual Relationship Break and Room Check Out Session Thirteen: Ground Rules Session Fourteen: Commitment Wrap up AAR Travel Vouchers
Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage Agenda Friday Evening Dinner Welcome and Staff Introductions House Keeping Items Introduction to the Weekend. Ice Breaker Saturday Morning Breakfast Session One: “A Tale of Two Brains” Break Session Two: “Why Does He/She Do That?” Lunch Break Saturday Afternoon Session Three: “The #1 Key To Incredible Sex.” Break Date Night Dinner(Optional) Sunday Morning Worship Service (Optional) Breakfast Review from Saturday Session Four: “How To Stay Married And Not Kill Anyone” Wrap up AAR
FAMILY WELLNESS AGENDA Friday Evening Dinner Welcome House Keeping Items Introduction to Family Wellness weekend. Ice Breaker Saturday Morning Breakfast Session One (Parents in Healthy Families) Break Session Two (Children In Healthy Families) Lunch Break Saturday Afternoon Session Three (Adults Working Together) Break Session Four (As Children Grow- Change in Healthy Families) Family Fun Time Saturday Evening Dinner Family Fun Time Sunday Morning Worship Service(Optional) Breakfast Session Five (Solving Family Problems) Break Room Check Out Session Six (Sex, Drugs and You) Wrap up AAR Travel Vouchers
Marriage Enrichment / PREP NOV FEB MAR MAY 2011 Singles Retreat / PICK FEB MAY 2011 Family Wellness MAY JUL 2011 LAUGH YOUR WAY JAN JUL 2011 STRONG BONDS SCHEDULE