State Rep. Chuck Strohm, R-Jenks, issued the following statement today announcing he will no longer serve as the chaplain coordinator for the Oklahoma House of Representatives. Strohm, who has served in this role throughout the 2017 and 2018 legislative sessions, has acted as the point of contact for scheduling chaplains to provide an inspirational message and prayer at the beginning of each legislative day. Going forward, all communications regarding the House Chaplain Program should be directed to House Speaker Charles McCall’s office.
“It has been a tremendous honor serving as the chaplain coordinator for the Oklahoma House. Effective immediately, however, I will no longer be serving in this role. Having the opportunity to meet so many pastors from our great state has been a tremendous honor and has inspired me to grow in my walk with the Lord Jesus.”