INDIANAPOLIS, March 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Police Association is honored to announce that Captain Tyson Warmoth of the Lebanon, Indiana Police Department was selected as the NPA's January 2020 scholarship recipient for the International Fellowship of Chaplains (IFOC) training certification. Captain Warmoth received his IFOC chaplaincy certification having completed the course.
Captain Warmoth has 31 years law enforcement experience and served in the military.
Captain Warmoth stated the instructor, Pastor Rick Ross, has a very good grasp of the material, brings an enthusiasm to serving as a Chaplain and is an excellent instructor.
The IFOC is a nonprofit organization, providing training, credentialing, ordination, networking, and deployment in the varied areas of chaplaincy. The IFOC interfaces with both the secular and ministry worlds for the purpose of promoting tolerance and understanding, as well as, provide professional, trained and dedicated chaplains in the various fields of need. IFOC's purpose is to "Train (and equip) the saints (the body of Christ) for the work of the ministry" The work of the chaplain differs greatly from the work of the pastorate. The pastor cares for the spiritual needs of the congregation; whereas, the chaplain cares for the needs of the secular world as well. More information about the IFOC and the National Police Association's scholarship program can be found at their website here https://www.ifoc.org/
NationalPolice.org is a 501(c)3 nonprofit with a mission of educating supporters of law enforcement in how to help police departments accomplish their goals.
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