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Mobile Ed: Chaplaincy Bundle (2 courses)

, 2015–2016
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Join Jeff Struecker, retired U.S. Army Chaplain and Ranger portrayed in the best-selling book and movie Black Hawk Down, as he explains the role of a chaplain and how you can minister to those around you.

Struecker draws from both the truth of Scripture and the reality of his experiences on the battlefield. He shows you how an incarnational ministry can start—even if you’re the only Christian around—and how it can be sustained.

If you’re considering a vocation in the chaplaincy or want to gain new skills and theological training to equip you in your ministry, Jeff Struecker is an excellent guide.


Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion you should be able to:

  • Define what it means to be called
  • List specific steps that must be taken in order to meet the requirements for chaplaincy
  • Explore key leaders in the Bible
  • List and describe important attributes of a Christian leader
  • Discuss ways to minister to various faiths
  • Explain how to assess the social, emotional, physical, and spiritual needs of a counselee
  • List and describe methods of effective incarnational ministry

Product Details

  • Title: Chaplaincy Bundle
  • Instructor: Jeff Struecker
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Product Type: Logos Mobile Education
  • Resource Type: Courseware, including transcripts, audio, and video resources
  • Courses: 2
  • Video Hours: 6
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PC171 Introducing Chaplaincy I: Biblical Foundations for Chaplaincy

  • Instructor: Jeff Struecker
  • Video hours: 3
  • In this course, Jeff Struecker outlines the foundational elements of the chaplaincy and how to discern if it is right for you. Learn about the responsibilities and requirements of this calling and the unique settings that chaplains serve in, such as the military, health care, disaster relief, and more.

    Struecker then turns to Scripture for leadership training, looking at ten key figures, including Abraham, David, Esther, Paul, and Jesus. He identifies a list of leadership and shepherding qualities to help you lead and care for others as Christ leads and cares for you.


    • Introduction to Chaplaincy
    • Types of Chaplaincy
    • Requirements for Chaplaincy
    • Defining Christian Leadership
    • Biblical Models of Leadership
    • Qualities of a Christian Leader

    PC172 Introducing Chaplaincy II: A Theology of Chaplaincy

    • Instructor: Jeff Struecker
    • Video hours: 3

    In this course, Jeff Struecker combines specific skill set training with theological training. Learn how to build relationships when you’re in a new location, listen and communicate in a way that promotes safety and healing, and assess an individual’s unique needs when they come to you for help. Struecker also describes what an incarnational ministry looks like from a chaplain's perspective and what outcomes you can expect, providing examples throughout.


    • Chaplaincy Overview
    • Skilled Listening
    • Assessing Real Needs
    • Incarnational Ministry

    About Jeff Struecker

    Jeff Struecker enlisted in the US Army at age 18 and served for more than 22 years before retiring as a chaplain with the rank of Major.

    Jeff spent most of his Army career serving in special operations units and was deployed to combat in Panama, Kuwait, Somalia, Afghanistan, and Iraq. He holds many awards and decorations for his military service, including the Bronze Star Medal with the “V” device for valor. His service in the Battle of Mogadishu was depicted in the popular film Black Hawk Down.

    While on active duty, Jeff earned an undergraduate degree at Troy University in Alabama. After earning his MDiv from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2000, he was commissioned as a US Army chaplain in 2001. Jeff completed more than 10 years as a chaplain before retiring from the Army in 2011. He is currently completing his PhD work at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in North Carolina.

    With experience as a youth pastor and associate pastor, Jeff now serves as the lead pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Columbus, Georgia. He is also a competitive long-distance runner and author or coauthor of several books of fiction and nonfiction, and he and his former high school sweetheart—now his wife—Dawn are the proud parents of Aaron, Jacob, Joseph, Abigail, and Lydia.


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