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SHARING HOPE IN CRISIS SEMINAR

The one-day Sharing Hope in Crisis Seminar (SHIC) prepares you to provide effective spiritual care for people experiencing tragedy. Learn how to appropriately provide emotional and spiritual care. Learn practical skills to share God’s love and comfort with people in crisis. Find out more about the Rapid Response Team ministry and opportunities to serve as a volunteer chaplain.

SHIC Dates and Locations:

May 4, 2013
Parkview E Free Church
Rapid City, SD
June 14, 2013
Sharing Hope In Crisis
Asheville, NC

CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS MANAGEMENT

Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) classes are often held following the Sharing Hope in Crisis (SHIC) seminar in the same location. Each RRT Chaplain is required to take the SHIC and two of the CISM coursesfrom the list provided following. They also are stated in the Chaplain Application Packet.
More about CISM »

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CHAPLAIN TRAINING CONFERENCE AT THE COVE

June 10-13, 2013. Click here for details.

This four-day conference offers a choice of several training tracks that will appeal to attendees with different levels of experience. This event will help you prepare for a crisis in your church, community, or family, while you explore opportunities for national deployments in the aftermath of major disasters. The conference also enables you to complete certified International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF) courses.

2012 CHAPLAIN CONFERENCE TEACHING ARCHIVE

Let these insightful teachings from The 2012 Chaplain Conference encourage and equip you to share hope for those facing crisis.

Click here to listen to conference teachings.

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INTERNATIONAL CRISIS RESPONSE TRAINING

At the invitation of churches and ministry organizations, the Rapid Response Team provides grief and crisis training to local pastors and Christian leaders after international disasters.

RRT has carried out such training in places such as Australia (wildfires); Italy, Haiti, and Japan (earthquakes); Kenya (civil unrest); and Brazil (floods). International Rapid Response Teams have been established in Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

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