Professor Chaplain General Christian Nwanne.

Professor Chaplain Nwanne is a director of virtual studies at the Divine Institute of Chaplaincy. He had been engrossed in the development of contents and curriculum for studies and training in chaplaincy, peace-keeping, conflict management, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), and Humanitarian studies in line with the requirements of UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and international Convention and Protocols.

He partners with the Metropolitan School of Business Management (MSBM) UK, Anambra branch, delivery Professional Chaplaincy Development (PCD), and Executive Masters Programme (SEMP). SEMP is a Chaplaincy programme designed to upskill chaplains in response to law enforcement agencies.

He has been recognized by over 200 established and diplomatic institutions around the world, 34 ambassadorial awards, 34 doctoral honorary awards / PhDs, and associate professor with the United College of Brazil of Chaplaincy studies and human resource management.

He is the founder of Don’t Let Them Cry which has made an incredible impact in the lives of many both in Nigeria and other parts of the world. He is currently the president of the World International Economic Group – WIEG Nigeria.

Prof. Chaplain Christian Nwanne is a conflict and peace management expert and media advocate.

In these prolific media interviews, he talks about the importance of peace-making, peace-building, and peace-keeping. According to the Prof, you need to make peace, and build peace before you keep the peace. Watch until the last minute.

Characteristics of a Chaplain



A chaplain must be Jesus- centred, gospel- focused, mission-minded, and community-oriented. (Colossians 1:15 ) All things are from Jesus, through Jesus, to Jesus and for Jesus. The bible is all about Jesus. The gospel is all about Jesus. Life is all about Jesus. Once again, CHAPLAINCY is all about Jesus.

In the same way, it is crucial that a chaplain is all about Jesus in mind, body, spirit and strength. (Mark 12:30-31)

  • Every aspect of a chaplain’s life must be about Jesus, for the glory of God and the good of others.

NOTE: A chaplain’s character, mission and message must be all about Jesus. A chaplain must know the gospel and be able to articulate the gospel well.


(Matthew 5:13-14) integrity is all about wholeness. A chaplain must be the same publicly as he/she is privately.

  • People are counting on you to be the real deal not (fake). People are counting on you to follow Jesus in action, thoughts and words.

NOTE: Integrity occurs when your actions, thoughts and words match up to each other, which is the gospel and God’s word. Integrity can only come from a true daily walk with Jesus.


  1. Complete trust in Jesus.
  2. Daily time in God’s word.
  3. Living by the Spirit, open confession of mistakes.
  4. Followed by true repentance and a return to Jesus.


A chaplain must be able to put the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs of others above his/her own in order to lead them to Jesus and glorify God.

The question is not, “are you SERVING?” but, “are you a SERVANT?”

  • Chaplains must be willing to serve in a way that is unexplainable.

NOTE: You can tell whether or not you’re a servant by how you act when you are treated like one.

  1. Remember it’s all about Jesus.
  2. Consider that you’re serving (or lack thereof) is either pointing people to Jesus or leading them away from Him.
  3. Ask others how you can serve them.


Ecclesiastics 4:9-10

  • If you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go far, go together. (African proverb).

A chaplain must remember that we are better together.

NOTE: Take all the help you can get and give all the help you can give.

  1. Identify others who are passionate about Jesus.
  2. Listen to those who express an interest to help.
  3. Ask others to help.


   Colossians 3:17-24

A chaplain must always give his/her best as if he/she is doing so to Jesus. (Matt 25:40)

  • Excellence is about doing all things with integrity, serving and team work

NOTE: excellence is the result of being full of god’s spirit, through a daily walk with Jesus.

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Prof Chris NwanneThe CFM, Chapl Gen Amb Dr Bishop Chris Nwanne has been elected into the Faculty of Chaplaincy Studies of United College of Brazil as a PROFESSOR OF CHAPLAINCY Studies.
By this investiture, Chapl Gen. Nwanne has the authority of the Brazilian College to be addressed as Professor as a prefix to his name.
The investiture ceremony will be held anytime soon after the COVID Pandemic.
Chapl Nwanne is the Presiding Bishop of Kingdom Pentecostal Ministries Intl. and the President of DICCI Corps worldwide. He is the President of DICCI and currently the international Director, online Studies of Divine Institute of Chaplaincy Corps International, which offers diploma and certificate courses, Bachelor, Masters and Doctoral programs in Chaplaincy studies and related courses in humanities and Peace & Conflict Management.
Bishop Chris Nwanne had been engrossed in developing contents and curriculum for studies and training in Chaplaincy, Peace Keeping, Conflict Management/Alternative Dispute Resolution, and humanitarian studies in line with the requirements of UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and International Conventions and Protocols. He partners with Metropolitan School of Business & : Management (MSBM) UK, Anambra Branch, delivering Professional Chaplaincy Development (PCD) Course and the Special Executive Masters Program (SEMP) – a Chaplaincy program designed to upskill Chaplains on response to Law Enforcement Agencies. Read More



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