Who Are Foursquare Chaplains?

You'll find them in jails, but they've committed no crime. They're at racetracks, but not to place bets. They're in hospitals-but are not ill. They are Foursquare chaplains, and they are serving God outside the walls of church facilities, taking Jesus straight to those who might not even know how much they need Him. Learn more about these men and women, and what it takes to join them on the front lines of service.

The Vision, Mission and Values of Foursquare Chaplains International


The chaplain's mission is to be the presence of Christ in the midst of life's crises; living the Foursquare Gospel in secular environments; and sacrificially helping those in need to find wholeness, hope and healing.


The Vision of Foursquare Chaplains International is to see a well-trained and resourced corps of chaplains serving in areas of their "community," typically beyond the reach of the local church.


Love: Passionately loving God and people, Mark 12:30-31
Loyalty: Living respectfully in relationship to the Lord, to the ministry, to one another and to The Foursquare Church, 1 Kings 8:61
Learning: Embracing lifelong opportunities to grow in our spiritual gifts and innate talents (being lifelong learners), Prov. 1:5, 1 Cor. 14:12
Leadership: Serving with the same attitude modeled by Jesus, who has called us to be servant-leaders with Him, Phil. 2:5-11
Respect: Showing respect for one another and the uniqueness of each ministry discipline, Rom. 12:3

Support Chaplains

Praying, giving, even making cookies are all ways you can support our brave Foursquare chaplains.


Download a free monthly prayer guide published by Foursquare Chaplains International, and help people in your church pray for our chaplains and chaplain candidates who serve locally and around the world.


Your contributions help cover: essential memberships in national chaplaincy associations, advocacy for our chaplains' rights to minister, staff attendance at conferences, conventions and chaplain ceremonies, our annual chaplains conference, participation in the annual Foursquare convention, administrative support, service and ministry to numerous people and counseling for our chaplains. 

Do you have a heart to reach people through ministry outside the four walls of a church building?

We have the scoop on what it takes to join the Foursquare Chaplains International team. Start here by downloading our list of requirements, and call 888.635.4234, ext. 4246 to learn more.


Disaster Relief Training (DRT) and Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) training are open to credentialed ministers and laypersons interested in providing assistance and support in disasters and devastating circumstances.

DRT provides FEMA-approved first responder training that readies responders to work with local Foursquare churches in cases of natural disasters, terrorist attacks, suicides and more. CISM offers training to ministers looking to help people facing devastating circumstances, including those events which impact just a few people, such as the unexpected death of a loved one, as well as to those circumstances affecting larger populations, such as natural disasters.

Visit the Disaster Relief Training and Critical Incident Stress Management Registration website to learn where the next trainings will be held and to register for an upcoming training event, or visit the Foursquare Disaster Relief page to learn more about current works.

Chaplain Q+A

Chaplains serve all across the country and in some cases, the world, in various environments, including bases, ships, war zones, hospitals, hospices, crime scenes, prisons, workplaces and the scenes of natural disasters.

Our chaplains have a leadership team that provides care and covering for them. The chaplaincy leadership is as follows.

Jason Reynolds
FCI Director

Don Eubank
Military Chaplain Endorser

Steve Sewell
Hospice + Specialized Chaplain Endorser

Bob Hensel
Fire/EMS + Law Enforcement Chaplain Endorser

John Peterson
Hospital + Skilled Care/Assisted Living + Prison/Jail Chaplain Endorser

Jeff Mink

Gary Grubbs
FDR-US Operations Chief

Trudy Cane
FDR-US Training Coordinator

These leaders are supported by chaplaincy coordinators who provide direct care and covering to a particular type of chaplaincy, including Air Force, Army, Navy/Marines, Civil Air Patrol, fire, hospice, hospital, police, prison and other specialized areas.

Contact Us

Still have questions? Reach the chaplains office at: 213.989.4246 or send us an email.