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Storms of Life Series: How Does Crisis Impact Individuals and Organizations?

Ken Schlenker is the founder of, a non-profit based in Houston, Texas. provides Crisis Training, Response and Organizational Development for first-responder and community baserd organizations through its three agencies: National Center Chaplain Development, California Law Enforcement Chaplain Consortium and Christian Crisis Care.

Chaplain Ken is an Expert Witness and Diplomate with the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and the National Center for Crisis Management, holding board certification in crisis chaplaincy, emergency response and stress management.

Chaplain Ken has also served on the education committee and is a member of the International Conference of Police Chaplains. He is also a Master Trainer for, which provides the international standard for suicide intervention.

Grace School of Theology's partnership with CAREForce provides the ideal blend of practical, proven chaplaincy training with solid, accredited theological education. Students going through our programs will emerge as fully equipped spiritual leaders ready to serve in crisis situations and ongoing daily chaplain ministry in our communities and across the nations. With technology reshaping our ability to teach, study, learn and connect – it is now possible to share sound, doctrinal truth across cultures and in areas where strong biblical teaching is often not available.

Harnessing that power, Grace School of Theology offers seminary training for spiritual leaders in every nation – right where they live and serve. So whether physically in a classroom at one of our learning sites, or online from virtually anywhere, Grace offers a variety of certificates, diplomas, and degrees at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate level in order to meet the diverse academic needs of our students.

Grace is internationally accredited by two of the most recognized and respected accrediting bodies for theological schools, ensuring that our graduates have open doors in ministry and academia in the United States and the world.

Should We Talk About Suicide (Jan 2018)

This is the second free seminar in a series of community seminars provided in partnership between Grace School of Theology and

Dealing openly with the stigma around suicide, this exploration focuses upon the question "Should we talk about suicide?" By looking at this question in a number of different ways, session members can discover some of the beliefs and ideas about suicide in their communities—and in themselves. This is appropriate for those 15 years and older.

How to Help People Navigate the Storms of Life (Nov 2017)

How to Help People Navigate the Storms of Life: Hurricanes, Health, Holidays & Other Stressors

The 1st in a Collaborative Seminar Series Provided by Grace School of Theology & CAREForce Thursday, November 30,7:00-8:30 pm Grace World Headquarters (The Woodlands, TX) & Online Worldwide Stress comes from many sources and it is no respecter of persons. Everyone has stressors in their lives, whether it be natural disasters, a cancer diagnosis, or the interpersonal dynamics of holiday gatherings. Join us for a relevant, practical discussion led by nationally-recognized crisis expert Ken Schlenker and leave better equipped to serve.


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