Positive Impact: The chaplain is a person of prayer and Bible study who is able to exemplify a personal relationship with God through faith in Jesus – ministering out of the overflow of the time spent with Christ. A healthy chaplain is committed to his or her family and exercises spiritually dependent leadership in family life and in the life of the church.
Positive Impact: The chaplain will diligently seek God’s leading to collaboratively shape and cast vision and then drive the movement toward a healthy spiritual tone for the school
Positive Impact: The chaplain has a thorough understanding of the Biblical message of God’s grace toward sinners, is committed and loyal to Seventh-day Adventist theological beliefs, and is able to expound the Church’s distinct doctrinal understanding as an expression of the grace of God in Jesus.
The chaplain understands the need for constant growth, in spiritual life, in intellectual understanding and in professional skills, and is committed to ongoing practical education. As a diligent and careful student of the Word the healthy chaplain enjoys continuous growth and learning while promoting Christ-centered education for all
Positive Impact: A healthy chaplain is socially and emotionally intelligent; skilled in inter-generational and inter-personal relations
Positive Impact: The chaplain displays a deep concern for the eternal salvation of every individual and so seeks to become proficient in communicating the Gospel in a manner that arrests the attention of the hearers and leads them to a life-long commitment to Christ. He or she enjoys sharing the Biblical message with others in visitation, small groups, chapels, & other communications
Positive Impact: The chaplain is able to adapt to various situations and possesses the attitude and education that enables him or her to successfully lead chaplaincy at the school. The chaplain is well organized and able to efficiently administer time and available resources
Positive Impact: The healthy chaplain has a desire to grow others as disciples of Christ and in ministry to others. This includes identifying giftedness and heart for ministry and then facilitating growth opportunities as part of resourcing/learning discipleship environment for students and staff.