Five Leadership Lessons from Chaplain Ministry

leadership lessons from chaplain ministry

Chaplains come from all walks of life and serve as Christian leaders with spiritual influence. Whether working in hospitals, in the military, or elsewhere, chaplains apply leadership skills to influence people through the gospel and provide those they serve with purpose, direction, and comfort. The role of a chaplain is spiritually, physically, emotionally, and psychologically challenging. Jeff Struecker, retired U.S. Army chaplain and Ranger portrayed in the best-selling book and movie Black Hawk Down, draws from Scripture and his own life experience as he offers training in the new Mobile Ed: Chaplaincy Bundle. Struecker offers five key insights into overcoming obstacles faced by chaplains—and all Christian leaders—today.

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Wisdom

Wisdom

Communication

Communication

Humility

Humility

Courage

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Patience

Patience

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