Chaplains of the Bible: Inspiration for Those Who Help Others in Crisis

by Patricia M. Geyer, Richard E. Geyer

Genres: Bible Study & Devotionals, Ministry

ISBN: 9781620200292

208 pages

Price: $12.99

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This book is for all who have the desire and opportunity to help others in many different settings, from major disasters to the places of quiet crisis where there is no yellow tape to be found. Chaplains of the Bible inspires and equips through unique presentations of the experiences of Biblical chaplains, followed by “thoughts for the chaplain” that present relevant principles for application by the “Good Samaritans” of the current era.

The book is not only for chaplains, but also for others who have the heart to help people in crisis.  It is for church leaders who see the need for ministry outside the walls of the church, and for Bible study leaders.  Disaster relief organizations and other groups whose mission is to minister to the distressed will find this book to be a valuable resource.

“A most timely resource for this era of unprecedented disasters. . . ”
—David C. Vorce, President, International Fellowship of Chaplains

“In all my training experience, I have never seen such a well-written, easy-to-read book, fully devoted to Biblical perspectives for Chaplains.”
—Chuck  Duby, Senior Chaplain, Hope Force International

“In these pages Dick and Pat Geyer go to the roots of the claim that helping people in time of need is the chief task of the Christian Church.”
—Kim Gee, D.Min., Senior Pastor,  Winfield Bible Church, Woodbine, Maryland


Patricia and Richard Geyer are senior chaplains ordained by the International Fellowship of Chaplains (IFOC). Patricia is also the chaplain for the Carroll County Maryland Sheriff’s Office, certified by the IFOC as a trainer and has received the Certificate of Specialized Training in Spiritual Care in Crisis Intervention and the Certificate of Specialized Training in Emergency Services from the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF). Richard devotes his chaplain services to veterans. Dick and Pat have four children, seven grandchildren and three rescued cats. They live on sixteen tranquil acres in Maryland.