Come join us in an in-person and online webinar event designed to invest in the lives and ministry of chaplains and frontline service providers. We will explore the themes of resilience, trauma, and global conversations. CEU credit is available.
Upon successful completion of the training participants will be eligible for a 4 CEUs Certificate
$10.00 per person
$40.00 for 4 CEUs
Albert Reyes, President and CEO, Buckner International
Gene Wilkes, President, B. H. Carroll Seminary
The vision of this webinar is to provide Chaplains and Frontline Service Providers with critical knowledge and resources related to resilience, recovery from relational trauma, and the global conversation.
Join us for “Serving Chaplains, Serving People,” a webinar designed to equip Chaplains and Frontline Service Providers with the critical knowledge and resources needed to support those they serve.
Throughout the event, we will explore the concept of vicarious resilience, discussing how Chaplains and Service Providers can cultivate their resilience while supporting those in need. We will also delve into relational trauma recovery, sharing practical strategies and resources to aid healing.
In addition, we will engage in the global conversation surrounding pastoral care, focusing on the unique challenges and opportunities in Texas. Our expert speakers will provide insights and practical guidance, drawing on their extensive experience in the field.
By the end of this event, attendees will have a deeper understanding of resilience, recovery, and the global conversation surrounding pastoral care, as well as practical strategies and resources to support those in need. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your knowledge and skills in this critical area.
Dr. Irene Gallegos, PhD, MPH, CHES® serves as the Director for Hunger and Care Ministries at Texas Baptists. Her faith, culture and public health perspectives drive her daily mission to lead people to a life of recovery and resilience. Dr. Gallegos has over 10 years of community health practice and her research centers on helping the helpers—helping professionals such as social workers, first responders and ministers -- grow in resilience to better contribute to their valued field. Dr. Gallegos has been a featured speaker at public health, youth, and women’s conferences and has provided vicarious resilience training to nonprofit executive leadership teams and ministries.
Chaplain (Commander) Bryan Crittendon is a retired Navy Chaplain and local church pastor. Chaplain Crittendon was raised on a cattle ranch near the town of Valentine, Texas. He began his military career as a cadet while attending Texas A&M University. He was commissioned a Marine Corps officer in 1978 and served as a CH-46 helicopter pilot, deploying multiple times including serving as part of the Beirut Multi-National Peace Keeping Force in 1983. Upon leaving the service in 1985, he worked for five years for Electronic Data Systems both in Mexico and in Dallas. In 1990, he left the corporate world to enter full time Christian ministry, completing a master’s degree in 1992. For the next 13 years he served local churches in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. In 2003, Chaplain Crittendon again entered the service of his nation as a Navy Chaplain. He has served as chaplain to units from the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard. He has deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan and 2 serious disasters on the U S gulf coast. After leaving active-duty Chaplain Crittendon pastored local Texas church for two years before retiring from vocational ministry.
Dr. Thom Wolf is professor of global studies at the University Institute in New Delhi, India, and Los Angeles, Cali. specializing in global leadership, social change and development. His PhD in global leadership (Andrews University), includes a specialization in counseling. His counseling courses include Union University, Kim School of Intercultural Studies, California Baptist University, Azusa Pacific University, and Palm Beach Atlantic University; with seminars at BUCC of Guru Nanak Dev Univ India, Kabul University Afghanistan, and American University of Dubai, EAU. Dr. Wolf’s invited lectures include speaking to departments of business, education, psychology, sociology, anthropology, and political science in India, Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan, United Arab Emirates, and Russia. His works have been translated into Hindi, Marathi, Urdu and Dari.
|Vicarious Resilience||Dr. Irene Gallegos|
|Relational Trauma Recovery||Dr. Bryan Crittendon|
|The Global Conversation in Texas||Dr. Thom Wolf|
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4 CEUs Certificate