Timely care for victims of crisis


Chaplain Steve Lee sharing a Peace Officer's edition bible to an officer in Dallas


Our Motive:

To provide Christian compassion, care, comfort, and counsel to victims and first responders impacted by critical incidents.


Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, "Whom shall I send?   And who will go for us?" 
And I said "Here am I.  Send me!"

— Isaiah 6:8


Our Means:


Using an appropriate combination of teamwork, qualifications and experience, provide timely on-scene Christian early response, assistance and care to critical incident victims and first responders.


Unloading 4 tons of bottled water at St Paul Lutheran Church and School in Flint, Michigan


Our Method:

As needed and able, by invitation or permission (1 Peter 3:15), quickly and appropriately respond to critical incidents and deploy effectively in a timely way. This is done according to sound spiritual and practical principles and practice, utilizing a unique and expert "Two Kingdom" combination of teamwork, first responder and specialized pastoral care training and experience. We utilize Quick Response Team best standards and practices to provide needs-based assessment, response, coordination and care, with the goal of helping victims and first responders survive and heal physically, emotionally, relationally and spiritually. We also provide related services including consulting, training, speaking and writing.


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