The Great Commission
focuses the mission of Christ-followers.
• Jesus has all authority given to him,
• He bids us to “Go (come) and to make
disciples of all peoples.”
The Great Commandment
informs our motive in Kingdom service.
• To love the Lord our God with all our heart,
soul, mind, and strength; and
• To love our neighbor, people everywhere, as
we love ourselves.
The Great Challenge
ties ministry to the Master personally.
• The King will say “Come, you who are
blessed by my Father:
• for I was hungry, thirsty, a stranger, needed
clothes, sick, and in prison; and
• you gave me food, drink, took me in, clothed
me, treated me, and visited me!
• Whatever you did for people in need, you
did for me!”
Free Methodist Chaplains are serving in hospitals, hospice, college campuses, retirement centers, counseling centers, special schools, county jails, state and federal prisons, VA medical centers, police/fire/emergency services (in the USA) and Army, Navy, and Air Force Chaplaincies (in the USA an overseas) – very challenging places.
In those places the King already resides and from there He beckons us to “Come and serve the deep needs of my people.”
MORE CHAPLAIN INFORMATION
CHAPLAIN'S EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Tim Porter, President – Air Force Wing Chaplain Lt Col, Davis-Monthan AFB AZ Afghan. Deployed ORE
Richard Iske, Vice President – Clorinda Iowa Pastor, Police and Maryville MO Corrections Chaplain NCC
Steve Coates, Past President – Navy Chaplain CMD is Deputy Director of the Navy Chaplain School GAT
Raymond Leach, Secretary – Army Chap LTC Fort McCoy Garrison Chap, Ft Bragg MSM 1800+ UMT NCC
Daleasha Hall, Member – Systems Dir of Peace Health Hospice & Palliative Care for OR, WA, & AK ORE
James Demaray, Member – Asbury Resident, Associate Chaplain St Joseph Hospital Lexington, KY NSC