Master’s Degree of Chaplaincy Ministry in Bulgaria: The Road Ahead


In the beginning of the 21st century in Bulgaria, law and chaplaincy meet on the road to democracy. But before chaplaincy could be legalized completely and endorsed by the state to its full functionality, several changes must be undergone. Some of them are:

1) Legal provision allowing chaplains to work as staff in the army, which guarantees the equal presence of protestant chaplains as well.
2) The approval, acceptance and implementation of a NATO based model for chaplaincy within the structures of the Bulgarian Army.

3) Periodical and systematic educational strategy toward chaplaincy workers among Bulgarian evangelicals.

4) A paradigm for cooperation of Bulgarian chaplains from various ethnic, religious and cultural backgrounds.

5) Further research publications to enhance the efficiency of chaplaincy within the Bulgarian national context.

Chaplaincy Conference and Master’s of Chaplaincy
Chaplaincy Course in Yambol, BULGARIA
Bulgarian Chaplaincy Association Annual Meeting
Family Seminar for Military Men and Women
Cup & Cross Ministries in Church of God Publications
The Case of a NATO Chaplaincy Model within the Bulgarian Army
10 Years of Military Ministry in Bulgaria
Bulgarian Chaplaincy Associations Recognized by U.S. Department of State
National Chaplaincy Conference
Bulgarian Chaplaincy Association Gains Legal Status
Chaplain Dees Visits Bulgaria
Chaplaincy Course at the Bulgarian Evangelical Theological Institute
Bulgarian Chaplaincy Association
Meeting the NATO Chaplain
National Chaplaincy Meeting
Chaplaincy Developments in Bulgaria
U.S. Bases in Bulgaria
National Chaplaincy Meeting
Chaplaincy in Bulgaria
Chaplaincy in Bulgaria
Mission Bulgaria

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