In season and out, a chaplain needs to be prepared. In addition to teaching, evangelizing, administrating, and counseling, chaplains are often called to provide comfort and encouragement at a moment’s notice—often in harrowing circumstances.
With the new Logos 5 Chaplain’s Library base package, you’ll find the resources you need to provide an anchor in life’s most difficult storms.
What’s in the Chaplain’s Library?
For starters, you get 46 of Logos 5’s most impressive features, including the Sermon Starter Guide and Timeline. You’ll have the tools you need to do deep, personal Bible study and put together messages and studies for future teaching opportunities.
On top of that, we’ve packed the Chaplain’s Library with 407 resources to enhance your ministry, like:
- Danse Macabre: Thoughts on Death and Memento Mori from a Hospice Chaplain: N. Thomas Johnson-Medland discusses his career as a pastoral counselor and hospice provider and shares what his patients have taught him about death. This resource will help you consider mortality from other cultural perspectives.
- Hospital Ministry: The Role of the Chaplain Today: Lawrence E. Holst explores the various roles chaplains fill in a hospital setting. You’ll look at procedural questions, ethics, and the role of ministry in multicultural contexts saturated with grief, anxiety, and loss.
“. . . this book serves equally well as an introduction to pastoral care for medical personnel, patients, and clergy, and as an important addition to the professional literature of the pastoral care field.”
—Journal of the American Medical Association
- Chaplains of the Bible: Inspiration for Those Who Help Others in Crisis: The collective experience of Patricia Geyer (a member of the Billy Graham Evangelical Association’s Rapid Reponse Team, a crisis intervention specialist for the Carrlly County Sherriff’s Office, and a recipient of the National Sheriffs’ Association Medal of Merit) and Richard Geyer (a chaplain, writer, and teacher) is a treasure chest of straightforward advice for anyone interested in learning to better care for others in times of crisis.
These are only a few of the titles available in the Chaplain’s Library, which also includes volumes on marital counseling, military chaplaincy, prayers for public occasions, sermon prep, preaching, and more.
Another huge bonus with the Chaplain’s package is its accessibility. With Logos’ free apps for iOS and Android, you can take your study anywhere and make the most of those rare quiet moments.
Get equipped to serve
Whether you serve in some form of chaplaincy or counsel regularly, the Chaplain’s Library gives you the resources you need. Learn from the rich experience of others as you equip yourself to provide encouragement and hope for the hurting.
Use coupon code CHAPLAINBP and get 15% off—pick up a Chaplain’s Library base package today!