Featured friend to the Veterans Chapel Kirsten Holmstedt, author of Band of Sisters & professor of writing
Friend of The Veteran's Chapel:
Rev. Jennifer Crane is a graduate of Vanderbilt Divinity School, a UCC pastor, and a VA Chaplain. She has been a passionate supporter of Field Education for young pastors training in praxis. She is NAVAC Board Certified in Palliative Care & Hospice. She is licensed in the state of Tennessee as a pastoral psychotherapist. She is a Fellow in the AAPC. She is also recognized as a VHA-CM. She finds joy in serving and learning from our veterans on a daily basis. She has been Employee of the Year at the Nashville VA. She loves running and keeping in shape in her spare time.
Amazing Veterans, pastors, prophets, clergy, educators, Chaplains, preachers, justice seekers, and others answering a call bigger than themselves. Collaboration. Community. Join our circle. Theology and denominations and faith journeys vary. The Veterans Chapel enjoys support from left, right and question makers. Please contact us if you would like to collaborate on future ministry, projects or outreach with The Veterans Chapel. There is a place for ALL at God's table.
FRIEND OF THE VETERANS CHAPEL:
NANCY HOLMES: NANCY IS A RECENT GRAD OF VANDERBILT DIVINITY SCHOOL WHERE SHE DEVELOPED SKILLS FOR CHAPLAINCY. SHE FURTHERED THIS PASSION AT THE VA IN CPE IN NASHVILLE CARING FOR VETERANS THIS SUMMER OF 2015. SHE IS CURRENTLY HELPING TO MINISTER TO FEMALE VETERANS WITH "BAND OF SISTERS" AT OSDTN.
HERE IS A RECENT PIC OF NANCY'S WORK WITH PAPER CRANES INSPIRING FEMALE VETERANS THROUGH ART AND SPIRIT.
Friend of TVC: Rev Katrina Jenkins
Friends of the Veterans Chapel:
CH (COL-RET) Kristy Moeller, ABHMS Military Endorser
Dr. Rev. Jack Skiles, First United Church, Bloomington, IN
Friend of TVC: Elizabeth (“Liz”) Wiseman is a 2009 Vanderbilt Divinity School graduate. She is now a Board Certified Chaplain at the VA Hospital in Nashville and a licensed attorney. She has 6 children and her animal family, including Teddy-the-Therapy-Dog. Liz finds God on her morning runs and in her garden. She adopted a plant-based diet after learning about animal abuse on factory farms and in slaughterhouses, and advocates for farm animals and all animals whenever she can.
Teddy was a stray looking for food when he came to live with the Wiseman family on a cold night in 2007. He and Liz completed therapy dog training with Therapy ARC, the Middle Tennessee affiliate of Pet Partners, in 2011. They currently volunteer as a therapy team at Mary Queen of Angels Assisted Living, Room in the Inn, and the VA Hospital.
EMPOWERING CHURCHES AND ORGANIZATIONS TO LOVE VETERANS, THE MILITARY & families:
knowing HOW TO HELP IS OUR BATTLE!
TEACHING OTHERS TO LOVE VETERANS
The Veterans Chapel