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Resources and Community for Current and Future Military Chaplains

GCI Military Chaplains bring the light of Jesus to the armed forces.

Chaplains enable America’s warriors to be morally and spiritually ready to face death, take life, and return from the crucible of combat free from moral injury. GCI chaplains bring the love of Jesus Christ, the Word of eternal life and the power of the Holy Spirit to those who lay their lives on the line for our nation.

GCI chaplains serve in a pluralistic environment while remaining authentically Christian, performing ministry in accordance with the mPact statement of faith. When required, they coordinate the means for individuals outside of mPact theological practices to exercise their faith. 

Become A Chaplain

Our armed forces face combat and operational deployments that constantly put them in harm’s way, and they undergo arduous training to maintain the ability to defeat a wide variety of potential adversaries. Soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines, and their leaders need Godly, Spirit-filled chaplains to impact their units and bring God’s presence to the challenging situations they face. GCI chaplaincy continues to grow and meet that need.

The GCI Team

Supporting chaplains and their families through prayer, connection, and guidance.

Chaplain Resources

Committed to developing leaders in support of the Great Commission.

Hear From Our Chaplains

Chaplain Aaron Fillmore from the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment talks about the difference having GCI as one’s endorser makes.

Chaplain Farid Awad from the North Carolina National Guard talks about opportunities in the National Guard chaplaincy.

Chaplain Bruce Ausink from 2nd BCT of the 82nd Airborne Division talks about the ministry opportunities one has as a chaplain.

Lieutenant Todd Capen talks about how serving in an mPACT church is preparing him to be an active-duty chaplain. 

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