Equipping schools and chaplains to serve spiritual needs of students, staff, and families.

Prayer is Backbut we must Act  Good News, prayer is back in school. School chaplaincy is the first opportunity in 60 years to recover religious liberty lost when prayer was kicked out of school in 1962.    Chaplains are nonjudgmental confidants and easy to talk to without fear of harassment. Even in an increasingly secular society, confidence in... Read More

Human life is precious because we are made in the image of God. Biblically speaking, we are supernatural beings privileged with the ability to procreate. Those procreated beings are called children, deemed the most precious of all life. Losing a child is horrific. I know parents who lost children 30 or 40 years earlier who... Read More

By: Press Release Distribution Service January 31, 2023 at 09:58 AM EST The National School Chaplain Association has launched its chaplaincy training program for 2023. Norman, United States - January 31, 2023 /PressCable/ — College students who sign up for the recently launched program will get up to one year of college credit, which can go toward their bachelor’s or... Read More

Title: Walking on WaterDate: Jan 10, 2023I am writing you today about an extraordinary act of love and faith. The time was 1988 in the delta of the Rio Coco, the river separating Honduras and Nicaragua. The Sandinistas inflicted heavy casualties on the civilians, and the refugees crossed the river to escape combat.  My wife Joske... Read More

Title: Epic Year Ahead Date: Dec 31, 2022I am writing you for the last time this year to prepare you for the most epic year of your life. I am optimistic that our families will do well spiritually, socially, physically, and financially, advancing on every front in 2023. I am committed to going over and above... Read More

Title: Worry FreeDate: December 27th 2022Latin American Catholic cities and towns have a common feature called the Central Plaza. One side of the plaza hosts a cathedral. The other three sides host government buildings, city halls, presidential palaces, and other significant buildings. A telling sign of the church's place in government.  The central plaza is lined... Read More

Title: Merry ChristmasDate: December 20th, 2022Years ago, Joske and I lived with tribal people in a remote region. The absence of health care was a big part of the region's infant mortality, which was reported to be 50%, meaning that half of all children died before their second birthday.  It became a custom for families not... Read More

Title: How a cookie changed my outlook on givingDate: December 6th 2022 Being the boat driver was one of my responsibilities as a missionary living among native people. The boat, in this case, was a large mahogany tree hollowed out to form a dugout canoe 30 feet long and about 30 inches wide. It had a... Read More

Title: Got Milk?Date: November 29th, 2022It was 1989 on the Honduran/Nicaraguan border during the Sandinistas War. Then, it was known as the Mosquito coast. The sun was coming up on another hot and muggy day as I met a large crowd outside a M.A.S.H. tent - a napalm-laden artillery barrage the night before left nearby... Read More