Wally Plock


Reflecting in brief on my diverse faith experiencesL  They have all helped me to serve Christians from a variety of backgrounds and has overlapped in serving as an interfaith chaplain.  With every change, there is gain and loss. In all honesty, there is still internal tension between the narrower Christian theology of John 3:17/John 14:6 and the broader everyone is ok (universalism)  on their own journey of interfaith chaplaincy. That being said, being able to offer compassion with out judgment to people no matter what their faith journey is pretty amazing.  I come as a student to people of different faith traditions and backgrounds.  I want to be true to my savior Jesus while bringing His love to other people under the ethics of the Association of Professional Chaplains. Thanks for Asking.