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NEW CERTIFICATION CLASS BEGINS THURSDAY, JULY 12 – 7:30pm ET.
Contact: Julia@americanchaplainsassociation.org

Mark Your Calendars Now
Logos Global Network & Partners
Annual Conference & Graduation Register at LGNFamily.org scroll down to “Information on LGN’s 2018” Graduation
Fri. June 8th and Sat. June 9th
Aidan University, American Chaplains Association, Georgia Board of Examiners for Christian Counselors & Therapists, Georgia Christian Counselors Association, and Life Changing University (Coaching certification)
Crowne Plaza Hotel & Conference Center Reservations: 866/750-3365 Code AC1
1325 Virginia Ave. Atlanta GA
(Just minutes from the Atlanta Airport)

You must register for the Conference. We will have a registration form on the websites next week.
Registration Fees;
Early Bird before May 10 – $99 single – married couples $149
After May 10 – Single $129 – Married Couples $179
(9 CEU’s included in registration fee)
Registration Friday from 2:00 – 6:00
Friday night Dinner and Keynote speaker (included in your registration fee)

Saturday Commissioning of new licensed and ordained ministers and Communion
Great times of Praise and worship Breakout sessions on Saturday
Graduation for Aidan University, American Chaplains Association, &
Life Changing University (Coaching Certification)
3 PM Saturday.
Great resources available
Come “Journey With Us” and be challenged, renewed and recharged!!!!
For immediate information call or click.
888-98-LOGOS – info@aidanu.education
Blessings,

Dr. Charles Travis,

Thanks for your support

Dr. Charles Travis
Founder President of Logos Global Network
PO Box 351087 Jacksonville FL32235

Are you called to minister?

Are you called to be a chaplain?

Are you looking for the resources and tools to help you fulfill your God-given destiny?

You will find the answers through the American Chaplains Association.

“We are looking for a few good men and women to join us in our journey we call chaplaincy. All chaplains are unique within themselves because each has a different calling from hospital, prison, military, workplace and critical incidents. All of these areas have one thing in common and that is they are called by God to a ministry of presence. No matter which area you choose, and many chaplains cross over into more than one of these fields, the bottom line is to be available and show a ministry of presence. We invite you to become a part of our organization and to take this journey with us.”
Chaplain Jack Kelly, Ph.D.

Membership,Certification, Community, Fellowship,
Education and Accountability.

The American Chaplains Association is a national organization of multifaceted chaplains with a heart to serve the community and care for those in need outside the normal walls of the church. A chaplain is respected and recognized across the wide spectrum of religious organizations, various denominations, military, hospitals, government, sports, businesses, the corporate world and much more.

If there is a prompting in your heart to serve your community, The American Chaplains Association can provide you the education, training, resources, fellowship, accountability and a Certification Program to help you find and fill your call and seek your destiny as a minister for the Lord, in helping others.

Why become a chaplain?

Chaplains operate outside the traditional walls of a church. There is an acceptance across all religious and secular boundaries for chaplains. From the military, hospitals to crisis situations, people are readily open to speak to and receive help from a chaplain. Chaplains provide more than just spiritual help and guidance. They meet the practical needs of people that are experiencing pain. Chaplains can offer ministry and help to those that do not regularly attend any church. Chaplains throughout history have earned the respect of workers, management, sports teams, and those that have experienced disasters and trauma.

Chaplains often perform all the normal religious functions of a priest or minister. However, a chaplain goes beyond these duties and operates much like the Good Samaritan. They go out into the highways and byways, the workplaces and corporate environments and show up when there is national disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes and other traumatic events.

Hours: 12p - 5p Tuesday - Thursday