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Welcome to the Army’s Chaplain Services Center

The Call of the US Army Chaplain Corps

The purpose of this website is to provide you a variety of ways to better define and strengthen your personal values.  This site complements the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (CSF) website by providing the chaplain resources applicable to what CSF calls “Spiritual Fitness.”  Resources are provided here that include monotheistic, polytheistic, pantheistic, and nontheitic resources.This site is not intended to promote any particular religious preference or to promote theistic over nontheistic perspectives.  This is also not an instruction course on world religions or a hub for religious conversion.  Chaplains help service members in a variety of ways, but selecting a core belief system is an individual effort and chaplains are careful not to show bias.

To avoid bias, the listed resources are limited to current chaplain endorsing agencies and general internet references on Beliefnet, About, and eHow.com.  For religions and philosophies not represented in the chaplaincy, current lay leader endorsers and prospective endorsers may be referenced.  For additional information, like youth groups, study groups, or faith-based counseling, contact your local chaplain or the endorsing agencies.

The overarching goal is quickly connect individuals with spiritual or naturalistic personal values they already have.  Soldiers, families, and civilians are invited to review the links above to connect with their theistic or nontheistic beliefs as well as non-sectarian support and general interest items.

US Army Chaplaincy News
  • Unit ministry teams train to combat Paratrooper suicide September 17, 2014
    Chaplains and chaplain assistants from units throughout the 82nd Airborne Division came together on Fort Bragg, Sept. 10, to participate in team-building activities and receive training on how they can help unit leaders and Paratroopers prevent suicide within the ranks of the Army.
  • Service members at KAF 'Run for the Fallen' on 9/11 September 16, 2014
    For 13 years, Soldiers from all over the world have fallen in the fight against terrorism. In the afternoon haze on Sept. 10 at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, coalition service members began running to remember those fallen.
  • Two Vietnam War Soldiers receive Medal of Honor September 15, 2014
    Retired Command Sgt. Maj. Bennie G. Adkins and Spc. 4 Donald P. Sloat were awarded Medals of Honor for valor in Vietnam, during a ceremony at the White House, Sept. 15, 2014.
  • Vietnam veteran carries old scars as symbol of resiliency September 15, 2014
    Sinking hopelessly to the bottom of a river in the middle of Vietnam, the skin burning from his face and chest, Dave Roever knew he was done.
  • Building stronger bonds September 15, 2014
    How important is it to have a strong bond in a relationship?
  • Service members remember 9/11 in Kandahar Airfield ceremony September 15, 2014
    American and NATO service members from units around Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, gathered at the Boardwalk in what was the last 9/11 remembrance ceremony to be held by troops during Operation Enduring Freedom, Sept. 11, 2014.
  • In suicide prevention, repairing problems earliest is best September 12, 2014
    People considering suicide as an option may be dealing with one small issue left unrepaired, or they may be dealing with multiple issues. Typically, issues, whatever they may be, start out small and grow over time.
  • Kenner expert discusses grief, resilience in wake of shooting September 12, 2014
    It is important to distinguish the difference between normal grief and depression. When an individual loses someone or something dear to them, it's natural to feel pain and grief. The grief process is normal, and most people go through it. But when grief takes over a life and an individual begins to feel hopeless, helpless and worthless, then it's time to talk to a doctor.
  • Hainerberg Chapel opens for Night of the Churches September 10, 2014
    Hainerberg Chapel opens for Night of the Churches
  • Soldiers connect with community during Tough Mudder September 9, 2014
    "When they see us representing the Army and our units, they make the connection that we are team players and people who are willing to help out other people. They see that it's not just about the Army and their little group, it's about the Army being part of the community."