Sinopse

You won't believe the places we'll go with the Gospel.

Episódios

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 039

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 039

    02/03/2012 Duração: 05min

    Jose Rendon discusses working with deputies, responding to accidents, death notifications, and three things he tells all new deputies during orientation.

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 038

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 038

    31/01/2012 Duração: 11min

    We follow up with Chaplain Jeff Jay (episode 28) on jumping out of planes, trauma, his new book, discipleship, personal devotions, and trials.

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 037

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 037

    21/12/2010 Duração: 07min

    Jeff Bennet discusses the differences between being a counselor and being a chaplain counselor, what he most enjoys about his job, and what buying a car has to do with any of this. 

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 036

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 036

    21/10/2010 Duração: 05min

    Joel Martinez shares about his rodeo Bible camp ministry to youth ages 9-18, his rodeo background, and his favorite testimony from last year.

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 035

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 035

    31/08/2010 Duração: 06min

    Wally Nelson shares on his role in hiring chaplains for Texas prisons, qualifications for correctional chaplaincy, why he became a chaplain after 25 years of farming, and on being a male chaplain in a female unit.

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 034

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 034

    06/08/2010 Duração: 08min

    LT Brian Shearer discusses his time with the Navy and Marines, supporting troops in Afghanistan, and the counseling aspect of being a chaplain, including the practical resources he finds valuable when helping those with addictions, co-dependent relationships, stress, anger and more. 

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 033

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 033

    17/06/2010 Duração: 05min

    Motorcycle Chaplain Duane Giryder shares an incredible testimony of reaching a major player with the hardcore bikers in Dallas, his surprise ministry with email and phone texts, and thoughts on one's legacy and making an impact.

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 032

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 032

    28/05/2010 Duração: 07min

    Navy Chaplain Judy Malana discusses the Navy Chaplaincy School and Center, why she became a chaplain, humanitarian work while in port, and how she is able to be serious about ministry without taking herself too seriously.

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 031

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 031

    16/04/2010 Duração: 05min

    Corrections Chaplain Cynthia Lowry is the only female chaplain in an all male, maximum security facility. She discusses difficulties of prison ministry, day to day life as a prison chaplain, and how she is helping to build bridges with all people in the inmate population, and volunteering in the prison system.

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 030

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 030

    01/03/2010 Duração: 11min

    This is the full interview, of which a part was played on March 1, 2010, in the new bi-weekly US Missions show: 7 Windows to America on AGTV. Jerry Durham speaks with Shoji McGhee over the phone to discuss his role as a military chaplain responding to the devestation in Haiti.

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 029

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 029

    05/02/2010 Duração: 08min

    Hospice chaplain Greg Bowman shares how his grandmother unknowingly prepared him for hospice ministry as a child, the spiritual side of Medicare requirements, and his hospice ministry to the predominately Mormon and Native American population of the White Mountains in rural northeastern Arizona.

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 028

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 028

    14/10/2009 Duração: 07min

    Chaplain (MAJ) Jeffrey L. Jay tells the story of how he was injured in a plane crash during a deployment to Iraq.  After serious head injuries and doctors expecting him to die, Chaplain Jay lives today to tell his story of God's healing power.

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 027

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 027

    11/09/2009 Duração: 07min

    Chaplain Jerry Durham sits down with Megan Bernardy to talk about the challenges of being a chaplain for the U.S. Coast Guard. 

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 026

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 026

    28/08/2009 Duração: 11min

    Chaplains Terry & Nita Watkins share their passion to reach those in the later stages of life through their ministry in Tuscon, AZ. 

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 025

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 025

    14/08/2009 Duração: 06min

    Army Chaplain (MAJ) Steve Maglio talks about his deployment and how that affected his ministry to soldiers.  *Note at the time this was recorded Chaplain Maglio was at Fort Riley.  He is now at Fort Knox.

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 024

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 024

    18/06/2009 Duração: 07min

    Dr. Klugh continues his two part interview discussing how the definition of a veteran has changed since 9/11 and  stresses the importance of aftercare for young soldiers as they come back from Iraq and Afghanistan.  He also compares his time serving in the Army and the Air Force.

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 023

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 023

    05/06/2009 Duração: 06min

    Part one of two. Dr. Jack Klugh, Chief Chaplain of the VA Medical Center in Fargo, ND, shares the efficiency of "Chaplaincy by Referral."

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 022

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 022

    15/05/2009 Duração: 11min

    Former Arkansas Razorback College Atheles, John and Sharon Williamson, talk about their ministry to athletes at a regional, national and international level.  They also mention how Christian athletes have a platform of influence to reach out to this subculture.  For more information on their ministry, Athletes International, visit:  www.athletesinternationaldallas.com or www.sportschaplaincy.org. 

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 021

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 021

    03/04/2009 Duração: 07min

    Chaplain Glen Ryswyk talks about his work at a Christian Counseling Center. 

  • AG Chaplaincy Podcast 020

    AG Chaplaincy Podcast 020

    06/03/2009 Duração: 07min

    Chaplain (MAJ) Michael T. Klein sits down with Megan Bernardy to talk about his recent tour to Afghanistan and the importance of personal maintenance as a chaplain in the U.S. Army.

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