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General SYNOD OVERWHELMINGLY SUPPORTS DEFENCE CHAPLAINS
The eighteenth session of the General Synod expressed overwhelming support for the work of Chaplains in the Australian Defence Force.
The synod participants were engaged by a short video presentation which gave them an appreciation of the ministry of Chaplains. View the video presentation to General Synod.
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We make a difference by working alongside Defence Force personnel by listening, advising and supporting them.
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FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions
Defence Chaplains get asked the best questions related to the defence force, life in general spirituality and being a christian, here are some of those questions:
Q Is my conversation confidential?
Yes Indeed, In fact we can’t divulge any information due to the privacy laws of Australia. The integrity of a Chaplain is that of confidentiality.
Q Can Christian’s serve in the military?
There’s nothing in the Bible that precludes Christians serving in the Military.
Q Who is Jesus?
According to the New Testament of the Bible, “Jesus, also called Jesus Christ, is God the Son, God in the flesh. After a public ministry of preaching and performing miracles, Jesus was sentenced to death. He died a gritty death by crucifixion on a Roman cross, but He rose from the grave, victorious over Satan, sin, and death itself. All who believe in Jesus and put him in charge of their life will spend eternity with Him in heaven.”
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