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Front, back or middle? Three leadership stances

By Chris Gambill From what position should you lead? The front, middle, or back? Each of these leadership stances uses different skills, addresses different needs, and reflects different goals and assumptions. The Bible provides examples of all three approaches. Congregational leaders need to master all three and, more importantly, learn when to use which one. Leading […]

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2017 Litzinger Lecture: Hospitality as “Place-Making” for Self and Others

Rev. Tacuma Johnson & Rev. Maria Teresa Jones “Hospitality as ‘Place-Making’ for Self and Others” Friday, October 27 at 2 pm Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, Commons Conference Rooms RSVP to Karen Kimbrell at   Please join us as we hear Rev. Tacuma Johnson and Chaplain Maria Jones share their wisdom on hospitality and spiritual […]

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The new look of CareNet:

        CareNet has a new website! Click HERE to visit.   A statewide network of counselors Started in 1972, CareNet Counseling has a rich history of trusted and effective care. as a nonprofit mental health counseling. Today, the 32 CareNet counseling centers across North Carolina provide care to people in 80 counties and […]

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NC Way Partnerships

  Read the Full Article HERE. By Tom Peterson The article “The North Carolina Way: emerging healthcare system and faith community partnership” by Teresa Cutts and Gary Gunderson was recently published in Taylor & Francis in Development in Practice. The article notes that U.S. healthcare policy emphasizes partnerships between healthcare systems and community organizations in […]

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Webinar: First-responder chaplain connects hospital/community needs

  Join Rev. Glenn Davis and Sheriff William Schatzman. Gary Gunderson will host Wednesday, October 11 12 noon Eastern Time  A Stakeholder Health Webinar   Register HERE! What happens when you truly connect the work of a health system with that of first responders in the community? This is the question being tested at Wake Forest […]

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Robeson County Compassion for U Congregational Wellness Network

  (Rev. William Gentry, left, and the Care Connections Transportation Ministry under Compassion for U Congregational Wellness Network.)   By Melanie Raskin Rev. Dean Carter, Coordinator of the Department of Pastoral Care, and a small interdisciplinary team were doing something amazing. They were working together to change how palliative care was done at Southeastern Health […]

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