National Center for Chaplain Development, California Law Enforcement Chaplain Consortium & Christian Crisis Care have combined to form RKM Crisis Team dba CAREForce, a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization providing Crisis Training, Response and Organizational Development for community & first-responder organizations.
CAREForce.us, in collaboration with Grace School of Theology offers master level, accredited chaplaincy degrees that ensures students are equipped with solid theological foundation and practical secular skills that will prepare them to share the love of Christ in both word and deed.
Grace School of Theology is fully accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS) and The Association of Theological Schools (ATS).
For more information, please contact us at 949.324.2192
Listen to Team Never Quite Podcast Here
DATES: June 2019
As a board member of Adam Davis Ministries, I am honored to present to you Adam's recent podcast with Team Never Quite Podcast.
In today’s episode, the guys are interviewing best selling author, Adam Davis. Adam spent many years as a police officer and like many officers, the stress caught up to him. The job can put so much stress on a marriage as well as many aspects of the home life for police officers. Adam decided to use his experience to help other officers by writing and sharing his wisdom via his books and podcast. He is going to share his greatest never quit story and just how he pulled himself out of the pits that he found himself in after the badge. Hopefully, you can take something away from this and put it towards your own story so that you never quit!
In this episode, we talk about…
The TNQ Podcast is unlike any other podcast available. Two Navy SEALs who’ve known each other for years sharing their amazing life experiences in a humorous, heartfelt and entertaining way. Mr. “Never Quit” himself, Marcus Luttrell and the insanely high energy “Instructor Rut”, David Rutherford are together delivering a powerful message as if they’ve been hosting a podcast for decades. Their incredible energy and camaraderie not only comes from their time in the SEAL Teams but also due to the past 10 years inspiring audiences of all types. These two Frogmen have been motivating millions of people around the world with their unique styles of motivational speaking, writing and coaching.
Never before have two people brought such substantial backstories to anchor their ability to pull the best out of the people they interview. Marcus and David are committed to their mission of helping people face their greatest challenges in order to learn the Never Quit mindset. The TNQ Podcast is the most authentic, positive, and inspiring download available. What’s your Never Quit experience? Because everyone has a story.
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DATES: May 26, 2019
On today's episode we explore first responder suicide, the future of fully integrated resiliency training and one of the most successful programs for supporting First Responders and their communities through Chaplaincy.
I've interviewed front line personnel and administrators across the country anyway d they all agree on one thing, when it comes to the various support services, Chaplaincy programs consistently outperform EAP and Peer Support. Our guest is one of the hardest working professionals I've ever known, Sr. Chaplain Ken Schlenker, and his expertise and insights on this critical aspect of supporting the Hero Community is going to blow your mind.
This show is dedicated to building resiliency for the hero community of first responders. We dive deep into non-traditional ways to improve peak performance, prevent post traumatic stress, and balance the body, mind and spirit so our heroes can thrive in the personal and professional lives.
HeroTalk.org is built by First Responders for First Responders. They are dedicated to highlighting information and best practices to manage career stress, including post-traumatic stress, so the Hero Community can thrive in their personal and professional lives.
Watch the Recording of the Live Event Here
DATES: May 1, 2019
Let's talk about the fulfilling ministry of Chaplaincy! Our guest, Sr. Chaplain Ken Schlenker is the Director of Grace's Chaplaincy Program and founder of CAREForce.
Whether you're thinking about entering chaplaincy, have questions about how to begin your own chaplain ministry or just eager to know more about how you can help people navigate storms in life, you'll benefit much from this conversation this Wednesday, with our host, Mark Rae.
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"I have known Sr. Chaplain Ken Schlenker, M.Div. for a decade. He is an Approved Instructor for the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (a United Nations affiliated organization I co-founded 22 years ago) and Resiliency Science Institutes. I have known his work through both affiliations. Sr. Chaplain Schlenker is bright and energetic. One conversation with him and a review of his accomplishments reveal him to be a true visionary. His pioneering efforts and his dedication to excellence have led to seminal initiatives in the areas of crisis intervention and human resilience. He is an excellent trainer with an ability to effectively teach to persons at many different academic and experience levels."
Professor of Psychology, Loyola University
Maryland Associate Professor of Psychiatry,
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
"I must say I am glad I took the classes and the opportunity to use what I was taught. I have a couple whose adult son went missing for a few weeks whom I was able to be with while their son was missing. I was able to talk with him when he showed back up. Also have a very close friend of my family whose son committed suicide. What made it even more difficult was that it was his second child to have done the same thing. The first occurring five years earlier. I was able to help them as a result of the things I learned in your classes. I didn’t say any of the stupid stuff people normally say and was just there for them to cry and talk with and help them physically with dinners. It’s hard to explain, but I saw the situation differently after your class. I knew how to walk with them in their grief. What you taught us made me a better person, I believe and am now more willing and wanting to help others then I ever have before. Thank you."
"I’ve known Ken for many years and have witnessed his mastery of developing and presenting cutting edge, student-centered training experiences using the principles of Instructional System Design. His passion and expertise in the area of crisis intervention strategies and suicide prevention are simply outstanding and their applications into the military, law enforcement and first responder communities provides a priceless service. Ken is always seeking to raise his bar of instructional knowledge and application which allows him to consistently deliver training at the highest levels. Ken is the finest example of instructional system design and deliver."
Santa Rosa PD Detective Ret. IDI Master Instructor Level 3&4 Facilitator, HeroTalk Podcast Host www.herotalk.org