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Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Michael Doan
Wing Chaplain

182nd Airlift Wing Chaplain Corps
2416 South Falcon Boulevard, Peoria, IL 61607-5004
Comm: 309-633-5190  (DSN: 314-724-5190)
Fax: 309-633-5585  (DSN Fax: 314-724-5585)
Email: 182.AW.ANG.Chaplains@us.af.mil
Reach out 24/7: 182ndchapel@gmail.com

 

The mission of the Chaplain Corps is to develop spiritually fit Airmen for homeland and global operations.

 

 

PURPOSE

Military chaplains minister wherever forces serve, providing a Spiritual Care response to the needs of service members, families and other authorized personnel, whether at home base or deployed.

  • Religious observances and worship services
  • Spiritual and religious resources and materials
  • Confidential listening/counseling
  • Prayer
  • “Ministry of Presence” – being present with our team members, physically, spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, socially
  • Post Traumatic Stress/Post Traumatic Growth resources and ministries
  • Grief Care --  Counseling, Support groups, Resources

RESOURCES

Chaplain's Corner

  • An Illinois National Guard journey to Poland

    Imagine your nation was attacked and your military was severely outmatched. After a few weeks of resistance and hard losses, your country was taken over. Your government – gone. Your borders – gone. Your land, your home – taken away. When the world map is unrolled, the name of your nation is no longer there…
  • God Fights for Us

    Recently I was reading some Israeli history from the Bible (1 Samuel) where Israel prayed (actually demanded) to have a king like the other nations. Even though they were warned what a bad idea this was, they insisted, “No! We want a king so that we will be like all the nations, and so our king may rule over us and fight our battles,” (1 Sam 8:19-20).
  • Chaplain Corps offering free online relationship enrichment training

    Our 182nd Chaplain Corps is hosting and facilitating two upcoming Saturday Seminars full of free online relationship enrichment training. The schedule is arranged so that any who are interested can attend any, or all, of the training sessions virtually. You can come and go as you please.
  • With spring comes new opportunities

    The 17-year cicadas (locust-like insects) are about to reemerge in the Midwest from the ground after 17 years of very slow development. Once they emerge, their songs produced could be as loud as 100 decibels.
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