Researching and Designing a Mentoring Handbook for Professional Chaplains at Baptist Community Ministries in New Orleans
T June Wilder
The purpose of this project is to develop a mentoring handbook to assist professional chaplains employed with Baptist Community Ministries, New Orleans, Louisiana, to mentor chaplains through the professional board-certification process. The project is based upon the premise of chaplains seeking professional status in chaplaincy as a full-time ministry. The project director began her project by researching material in the field of mentoring in order to develop a procedure for professional chaplains to follow when called upon to mentor chaplains through national board certification. The project director compiled the mentoring procedure in the form of a handbook incorporating the board-certificatuin process initiated by the Association of Professional Chaplains, one of several nationally recognized organizations that promotes professional chaplaincy.
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