Dr. William K. Bowman, M. Div. and Chaplain Anne Bowman’s, M.S., “Chaplain’s Preparatory Manual of Responsibilities and Ethics” is a Guide to Educate and Train Chaplains

“Chaplain’s Preparatory Manual of Responsibilities and Ethics” is a brilliant educational tool that is to be used for biblical teaching, preaching, fellowshipping and giving basic chaplain responsibilities. It is the creation of published authors, Chaplains Bowman. William is a US Marine Corps veteran who has dedicated his life to assisting veterans and their families. He is also an ordained minister and chaplain who holds numerous degrees in business, divinity and a Doctorate in Philosophy. Anne Bowman spent 32 years teaching high school with the LAUSD. She is also a chaplain and biblical counselor. She is the co-owner and founder of Chaplain Bowman Ministry, Inc.

William and Anne state, “The chaplaincy program provides information, education, and training to improve professional competencies based on Christian biblical principles and establishes a platform from which Christians may communicate their faith.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, William and Anne Bowman’s new book is aimed to offer professional chaplaincy assistance to individuals, missionaries and organizations who aid and teach persons during their time of need. This book outlines the stressors that a chaplain must be prepared to handle and how to successfully overcome situations to best help those in need.

View a synopsis of “Chaplain’s Preparatory Manual of Responsibilities and Ethics” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Chaplain’s Preparatory Manual of Responsibilities and Ethics” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, such as Barnes and Nobel, as well as online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

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