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Example Continuity Files – a Chapel Congregation Chaplain

Should the senior Chaplain over a chapel congregation pass the baton, too?  I’m not talking about merely stepping aside as they leave and introducing their replacement, but rather planning intentional continuity of the vision and strategies of ministry.  I think so. In my experience, such transition … Continue reading

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Example Continuity Files – a Chaplain Resource Manager

Passing the baton successfully is especially critical if you’re running the race as a Chaplain Resource Manager (CRM). Most CRMs don’t have a Finance degree – just a two-week Army school on big picture policies and some software stuff. So … Continue reading

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Example Continuity Files – a Deputy Garrison Chaplain

Passing the baton successfully can be especially difficult when there’s no one identified to receive it.  I wrote this package (the last of five example continuity files) for my Garrison Chaplain Office (GARCHO) team when we learned that the slot … Continue reading

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Example Continuity Files – a Brigade Chaplain

Again, passing the baton successfully is essential, especially for supervisory ministries.  The outgoing Brigade Chaplain has a bigger picture perspective that their replacement needs to equip and encourage the rest of the teams.  And in my opinion, they need to pass on more than example files of ministries, … Continue reading

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Example Continuity Files – a Family Life Chaplain

Passing the baton successfully is essential for continuity.  Whether you’re finishing your part or picking up where the other runner left off, everybody knows that the transition is one of the toughest and most critical times of the race.  And this being the beginning … Continue reading

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