Faith + Teaching + Service

Our vision is to expand True Fellowship International Chaplain Academy, throughout the world by establishing schools and training Chaplains lead by the Holy Ghost. We follow three simple principles: faith, teaching, service. These pillars set the pathway to holiness.

Faith belief, firm persuasion, assurance, firm conviction, faithfulness. Faith is confidence in what we hope for and the assurance that the Lord is working, even though we cannot see it. Faith knows that no matter what the situation, in our lives or someone else’s that the Lord is working in it. It is the act whereby a person lays hold of God’s resources, becomes obedient to what He has prescribed and putting aside all self-interest and self-reliance, trusts Him completely. It is an unqualified surrender of the whole of one’s being in dependence upon Him. It is wholly trusting and relying upon Him for all things. It is not just mental assent to the facts and realities of truth, it must come from a deep inner conviction. – the demons also believe – James 2:19


Teaching  Teaching is the process of attending to people’s needs, experiences and feelings, and intervening so that they learn particular things, and go beyond the given. By teaching Chaplains the instruction of the Lord, it will prepare them for service to the community during different aspects of their lives. Preparation is the vital link to understanding. Chaplains are taught the fundamentals of listening, observing and application. Proverbs 9:9 says, give instruction to a wise man, and he will be yet wiser: teach a just man, and he will increase in learning.

Service is work done by a person or group of people that benefits others. It is often done near the area where you live, so your own community reaps the benefits of your work. However, it can be done across states and countries. Community service workers can help any group of people in need: children, senior citizens, and people with disabilities, families, and individuals. Community service is often organized through local groups, such as a place of worship, school, or non-profit organization. Matthew 25:35-36 states that for I was an hungered, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was stranger, and ye took me in. 36: Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me. I was in prison, and ye came unto me.