Live Life with Purpose Become a Chaplain A Ministry of Caring
The "National Certified Chaplains Association" (NCCA) is a professional support organization for honest, mature adults who are qualified with training to encourage the discouraged, ministering to the sick, bereaved, downtrodden, crime victims, disaster victims, law enforcement officers, EMS workers, military personnel, those confined to nursing homes or other long-term health facilities. Qualification may be through college training or Bible Schools. Such as TBI, to be a chaplain a person needs training in the field. Applicates must provide proof of training!
Those who join will receive the following:
1.Chaplain's Handbook A Training Manual for Chaplains
2.Prison Ministry Training Manual
3. Leadership & Motivation Manual How to Become an Effective Leader
5.Website Listing Your name, location (city & state), and email address will be listed on the NCCA website.
6. Gifts of Our Choosing Ballpoint pens, calendars, letter openers, etc.
Join National Certified Chaplains Association Click on the Join NCCAlink at the top of this page and fill out the form. Once you do that we will send membership information package to you FREE of charge.
FAQs Frequently Asked Questions
Q. May I join NCCA, even though I am not a chaplain? A. Certainly, if you have the training to be a chaplain. Any honest mature adult who desires to minister and give encouragement and spiritual-direction to victims of crime, disaster victims, law officers, rescue teams, military personnel, EMS workers an others, and have training in how to deal with these issues you may apply.
Q. What is the mission of the "National Certified Chaplains Association" (NCCA)? A. Our two-fold mission is to: 1. Assist our members by providing a professional organization to help open doors of opportunity for spiritual-caregivers to those who are sick, disabled, confined to a hospital or other facility, the distressed and downtrodden and others. 2. Provide encouragement.
Q. How do I join the "National Certified Chaplains Association"? A. Click link above titled "Join NCCA." Fill out the form on that page and click the "Submit" button only once. We will mail the information package with the application to you by U. S. Postal Mail.
Q. How much does it cost to join NCCA? A. Membership is a "Lifetime Membership." Lifetime Membership - $75 Regular Price SPECIAL PRICE OFFER - $45 (SAVE $30) SPECIAL OFF ENDS: December 30. The Membership Fee is a ONE-TIME FEE
Q. Does NCCA provide chaplain training? A. No, but applicates may enroll in Tripp Bible Institute. We also now provide members with the opportunity to purchase two additional books packed full of valuable information for chaplains for only $14.95. The books are titled, Compassionate & Comforting Caregiving (A Palliative Caregiving Manual) and When Adversity Strikes - Facing the Storms of Life. We highly recommend that members purchase these two extra training books. There is a place on the Membership Application that allows you to order the extra books. Membership Fee $45 + Training Books $14.95 = $59.95 total.
Q. Are there any other charges to be certified by NCCA? A. No. The membership fee covers all charges.
Comments by Members Chaplain Troy O'Neal (Gainesville, FL) "I received my member packet today . . . The packet is put together very well with great information. I plan to use it and share your information as a ministry to others, and I will do all I can to promote the National Certified Chaplains Association. It feels wonderful to be part of a great organization."
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Any adult of good moral character who wishes to minister to the sick, bereaved, downtrodden in hospitals, nursing homes, etc. may join the National Certified Chaplains Association (NCCA). Copyright 2015. All Rights Reserved. USA