South Pacific Ministry

Chaplain Rob Brown has been a Staff Chaplain at the Cook County Jail in Chicago for the last 31 years.

In August, he and his wife Sharon will be going onto the mission field for at least one year.  They will be commissioned by Chaplains for Christ Int'l as missionaries to the South Pacific with their headquarters being in Hawaii.  Rev. Brown will be serving as the volunteer Senior Chaplain at the Maui Community Correctional Center (80% are native Hawaiians) full time and establishing prison ministry training in the Hawaiian Islands (Polynesia).

He has also been invited to do training on the islands of Fiji probably in Dec 2011/Jan 2012 (also Polynesia).  Additionally, he has been invited to give a Masters level class at the Christian Leaders Training College, Masters of Theology program in Papua New Guinea in Mar/April of 2012 for students on Papua New Guinea and from various islands in Melanesia.

His wife Sharon will be ministering to the female inmates at the MCCC and giving speech therapy to the Native Hawaiians.
The work at the Cook County jail will continue as usual with an experienced pastor/assistant chaplain becoming the Chicago Area Director and acting Staff Chaplain at the Cook County Jail.
Rev. Brown will continue in his position as Executive Director and Senior Chaplain while on leave.

They are asking for your prayer support and encouragement as they make this profound transition in ministry.

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2 Comments »

  1. Rev.Dr Prof..George Joseph Said,

    April 29, 2012 @ 7:51 am

    I wish to join in your ministry. I am a very commited christian.

  2. robbrown Said,

    May 5, 2012 @ 5:40 pm

    I forwarded you comment to Rob. Please use the contact page next time so you can get an immediate response.

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