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Old Town Community Church,
Military Chaplaincy, Public Safety/Community Chaplaincy, Disaster Relief Chaplaincy, Public Safety/Community Chaplaincy
Old Town Community Church
June 21
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About My Family

I grew up in the Philippines and was educated in the U.S. I serve the LORD all around the world.

About My Ministry

I am an SBC-endorsed Disaster Relief Chaplain and Chaplain Ambassador.

I was born again on a school campus. I graduated from William Carey University in Hattiesburg, Miss., and finished my M.Div. and M.A.R.E at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a master’s degree at U.S. Navy War College and a D.Min. at Fuller Theological Seminary in Texas, California and Rhode Island.

I have served around the world for more than 40 years, but am now serving as a preacher, outreach director and as a Chaplain Ambassador007 San Diego, California.

SBC Chaplaincy

Chaplaincy is a vital frontline ministry and extension of the local church. Chaplains reach the lost among the thousands of men and women in the U.S. Armed Forces, correctional facilities, healthcare settings, public safety, disaster relief sites, and corporate environments. SBC Chaplains care for the broken, offer hope to the hopeless, and advance the gospel of Jesus Christ in hard-to-reach places.
The qualifications expected of a Southern Baptist applying for endorsement as a chaplain or counselor are established by the using agency and the Chaplains Commission, SBC. These qualification requirements vary according to the type of chaplaincy or counseling ministry involved but all are expected to meet a high level of ministerial competence.


Pray for boldness to share the gospel and open hearts among the people to whom I minister. Pray many people will come to saving faith in Jesus. Pray more will become missionaries and chaplains.


Commit to long-term prayer support. Explore the opportunities to extend the reach of your church by becoming a chaplain. Be involved in supporting chaplains and their families. Send notes of encouragement. Talk with a chaplain about his or her ministry context. Send resources that support a chaplain’s ministry context. Pray for chaplains and their families.
NAMB does not provide compensation for SBC endorsed chaplains. However, a general fund is available to receive donations in support of the ministry and pastoral care to SBC endorsed chaplains. To donate, please visit Support Chaplaincy (