- Be in relationship with other mature believers, including other chaplains, pastors, coaches, or ministry leaders. A chaplain and Christian coach should never be a lone ranger when it comes to ministry.
- Engage in building Christian community around your life and ministry. Be on mission in community with other believers to a particular people group, or neighborhood, or network of relationships.
- Respect the skills, contributions, and integrity of other chaplains and coaches in our network.
- Seek to find opportunities to collaborate with other chaplains and coaches in our network.
- Communicate and cooperate with Christian Chaplains & Coaching home office and seek ways for collaboration, partnership, and to contribute to ministry growth.
- Make it a priority to participate in Christian Chaplains & Coaching annual conferences to build community, team work, and relationships.
- Be respectful to your own pastor and accept instruction from the pastor as a primary leader.
All Chaplains and Life Coaches sign and represent that they have read, understand, agree, and will comply with the Christian Chaplains & Coaching Statement of Faith and this Code of Conduct and Ethics. Misconduct is described as any behavior that violates the standards of behavior outlined in this code. Misconduct may result in disciplinary action and/or revocation and suspension of the chaplaincy and/or coaching credential.