THURSDAY, April 12 (6 - 9 PM)
FRIDAY, April 13 (6 - 9PM)
SATURDAY, April 14 (8AM - 9PM)
- You must attend all sessions (Thursday, Friday & Saturday) to receive certification
- Pre-Registration is required.
- A light continental breakfast will be provided on Saturday morning (April 14th).
Chaplaincy Training & Certification
This 16-hour disaster relief certification course is led by an approved CRI facilitator. This interactive, video-based course is taught by our crisis response experts and includes topics such as:
- Spiritual and Emotional Care
- Disaster Chaplaincy
- Crisis Evangelism
- Disaster First-Aid
- Deployment Protocol
- Church and Community Preparedness
- Crisis Ministry Tools
- Chaplaincy on Call Training
- Team Building
- Preparing a Place of Refuge
- Understanding Suffering
- hands-on exercises
- and much more...
Trainees will be taught how to meet urgent practical and spiritual needs through the power of the Holy Spirit. All attendees will receive a certificate of completion and will also be eligible to become a Disaster Chaplain and/or a credentialed responder with CRI.
Instructor: Sean Malone | Founder and Director
While involved in the motion pictures industry in New York, Sean found a front row seat at Ground Zero after the 9/11 attacks where he provided lighting for the search and rescue operations. This is where the seeds for being involved in crisis response work were planted. In 2007 he officially launched Crisis Response International, a crisis relief organization that has trained thousands of responders to reach the Harvest in the midst of crisis.
Instructor: Mary Leonard | Chaplaincy Director
Mary Leonard has been with CRí since the beginning, and she was one of the first Certified CRí Chaplains. She is a gifted teacher and encourager who has an urgency to see the Body of Christ equipped to minister in crisis, and expects a great harvest of souls in the context of a crisis. Mary is an ordained minister, a police chaplain, a licensed massage therapist and has extensive experience ministering in personal and mass crisis. She and her husband Bob reside in Kansas City, where he is on staff with IHOPKC, and they have two grown children.Harvest in the midst of crisis.
Instructor: Mike Wyatt | Deployment Director
Mike Wyatt is a retired US Army Medical Service Corps Officer. He served in Iraq in a MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) as the Deputy Commander. In recent years he deployed to Haiti and Nepal immediately following the earthquakes. His years in the military, YWAM and as an executive in a local ministry has positioned him perfectly to serve the area of deployment for CRí. Mike also has a passion for establishing a “Place of Refuge” in his local community.
Instructor: Chuck Weber
Chuck Weber has been a preacher, church planter, and pastor for 38years - 20 of those years were served in the Vineyard movement. Currently, Chuck is director of Prepare The Way Today Ministries which he founded in 2009. He travels to churches, houses of prayer, and other ministries to equip people to understand the times relating to prophetic warnings, to understand God as a Judge, for personal and community preparedness and developing refuge places.