Alliance Chaplain Receives International Award

chap-international-awardAlliance Chaplain Andy Kikuta received the prestigious John A. Price Excellency in Chaplaincy Award recently at the Annual Training Seminar of the International Conference of Police Chaplains in Mobile, Alabama. Kikuta has served with the Honolulu, Hawaii, police department for 23 years and currently is the senior chaplain of seven volunteer chaplains.  
“My areas of responsibility involve caring for the Chief’s Office, Communications Division, Criminal Investigation Division, Human Resources Division, Media and Legislative Liaison Office, and our uniformed patrol district,” said Kikuta. “We primarily serve the officers, civilian employees, and families of our department in a supportive role, being with them especially in tragic situations. Upon request, we will assist the officers with cases involving the public.”  
Kikuta, whose Japanese name translates to chrysanthemum field, has been planting seeds of the gospel on the island of Oahu for 28 years, beginning as an assistant pastor at Kapahulu (Alliance) Bible Church and then planting Hawaii Kai (Alliance) Community Church, where he continues his leadership today. Kikuta is married to his wife of 33 years, Claudia, and the couple has three adult children.


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