About Us

Chaplains for Christ International is an Evangelical, interdenominational organization whose principal purpose is to minister to inmates, provide chaplaincy training, spiritual support and accountability for individuals and groups wishing to minister in correctional institutions worldwide. We are also involved in non-correctional projects as the Lord leads us.

Services we provide include:

  • Correctional Work
  • Active ministry at the Cook County Jail in Chicago, IL.  Currently, Chaplains for Christ International conducts over 50 services every week and ministers to an average of 2000 inmates per month.
  • Jail and Prison Training Seminars conducted by Senior Chaplain and Executive Director, Rev. Rob Brown.  We have conducted these free of charge in many third-world and other nations.  Chaplains, Volunteers and other interested attendees receive training materials; a certificate of completion and certain trained leaders are issued Chaplains for Christ International identification cards.
  • International training institute to train experienced prison workers to go to other countries and do Jail and Prison Training Seminars
  • Follow-up help for inmates once they are released from prison.
  • To develop training institutes in various countries for the purpose of establishing permanent sites to train local pastors and prison workers in prison ministry.

Non-correctional work – the focus of these works are as follows:

  • To provide financial help to the poor in other countries when our travels take us there and we see the need.
  • To help with the Ephraim Foundation and especially the work at El Faro Christian Retreat Center, Guatemala. www.misionelfaro.org
  • To help provide Bibles, other Christian materials pastoral training and to local persons in various countries as we are able.
  • Other “good works” as opportunity and the Lord’s leading directs.


Jesus declared, “[The Father] hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised” (Luke 4:18). Christ brought a message of hope and deliverance to those who had no hope without Him. It is this same message that He calls Christians to share with those behind bars and elsewhere.

Christians have every reason to believe that God will continue to work mightily in jails and prisons in this country and around the world. After all, He has chosen to save the foolish, weak, and base things of this world so that no flesh may glory in His presence (1 Co. 1:27-29) The truth is that no matter how often jails are expanded, they will continue to fill to overflowing. The world is steeped in lawlessness. Depraved mankind is in the throes of rebellion against God. Yet, it is into this dark, rebellious, hopeless world that God is shining His light and finishing His program of redemption. Our responsibility is to do our part in completing the “Great Commission” as opportunity is presented in prisons and other places around the world that are seeking the Truth and Hope that the Gospel provides.