After serving for decades in the trenches, police chaplains are beginning to assume a more public profile via social media.
While their work remains far from the public view, a group of police chaplains are determined to make police chaplains a more familiar part of our social media network.
The program is called the Police Chaplain Project, a nationwide effort to digitally capture the words and wisdom of America’s police chaplains and share the content we collect online.
“We believe it’s time to share the story of police chaplaincy,” says Chaplain Dave Fair, the program’s co-founder. “We are so fortunate to have lived long enough to be a part of the digital age, we just want to make certain we use technology to elevate and enlighten.”
“The program captures the wisdom and know-how of America’s police chaplains and transforms it into shareable content,” says Chaplain Dave Fair, the program’s co-founder. “The kind of digital content that inspires people to take action and share with their friends.”