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There are nearly as many Adventists in active duty military service today as during the draft, with a growing number serving in the Reserves. A support system of military and civilan chaplains, Adventist Military Worship Groups, Distinctive Faith Groups and religious literature is available to all active duty Seventh-day Adventists who serve in the United States military.

For centuries various nations have recognized the need for spiritual ministry for persons in uniform. In North America, Adventist chaplains minister in the United States Armed Forces, serving both God and country, in times of war and peace. Chaplains retain their identity as Seventh-day Adventist ministers and make significant contributions to the mission of the church. They care for Adventist and non-Adventist military personnel alike. Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries seeks to expand this aspect of chaplaincy into other countries as well.


ACM Military Chaplain Candidate Approval Information

 If you are seeking endorsement as a military chaplain candidate, click on the links to download an information packet and covenant.

Application Information                Covenant



ACM Military Chaplain Endorsement Information

 If you are seeking endorsement as a military chaplain, click on the links to download an information packet and covenant.

Application Information                Covenant



 

The booklet discusses Seventh-day Adventists and the history of the church and military service.
 
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