Benjamin R. Alpert International Ministries Representative for Chosen People Ministries, Inc. and River Region Chaplain Service.
Occupation: Ministry since 1972. Currently works as an international representative speaking, and teaching for Chosen People Ministries.
Education Williams High School Montgomery, AL 1963
Baptist Bible College Springfield, MO 1974
Bethany Seminary Dothan, AL 1980
Bethany Seminary Dothan, AL 1982
Bethany Seminary Dothan, AL 1985
Evangelical Bible Seminary, Lake Worth, FL 2012
Served as guest professor in several collages and seminaries from 1975 until present
Served as tour guide from 1975 until present in Israel, Jordon and Egypt.
Awards, Recognition by professional organizations, military etc:
Chosen People Ministries 20 year service award, 25 year award, 30 year award and 40 year award for ministry service.
Israeli Ministry of Tourism tour leader of the year 2001 (Small Market)
Graduate Montgomery County Sherriff’s office (AL) Citizens Police Academy
Graduate Montgomery (AL) Police Department Citizens Police Academy
Hobbies: Reptiles, Knives, and guiding the Civil Rights trail in Alabama
Clubs and Organizations: Member of the Interdenominational Ministries Association (Chaplain and Counselor). Member Cops for Christ Montgomery, AL. Member Israel tour guide association. Member Volunteers in Police Service Montgomery, AL
Ordained Chaplain by the North American Missions Board of the Southern Baptist Convention
Family Life: Married to Bonnie E. Alpert since 1972 and have two sons, Michael (Vicki) and Nathan(Charity) and 5 grandchildren.
Church you attend: The Lord has allowed me to plant four Churches during our ministry and we currently serve at The Church At Eastern Oaks in Montgomery, AL in adult ministry.
Favorite scripture: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding ; in all your ways acknowledge Him and He will guide your path,” Proverbs 3:5-6
- Why I chose to be a chaplain: I have served in Law Enforcement since 2001 and I have seen first hand the stress it takes on the men and women who serve. I feel the Lord has led me to be a chaplain to minister to these men and women who risk their lives each and everyday to keep my family safe.