CRC’s Jeremy Pierce, Division Chair of the Biblical Studies department, will serve as House Chaplain at the Arkansas House of Representatives on Monday, January 23rd. The role of Chaplain is a time-honored tradition in our state as it provides spiritual support to our legislators while they are serving the people. Representatives face a list of obstacles in serving including making difficult decisions as they wade through countless details while evaluating legislation. For Mr. Pierce, this is not a political exercise but one of ministry, and he is honored to have the opportunity to serve. The House of Representatives will convene at 1:00 pm on Monday with an opening prayer led by Mr. Pierce followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.