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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 kkimbrel@wakehealth.edu   Please join us as we hear Rev. Tacuma Johnson and Chaplain Maria Jones share their wisdom on hospitality and spiritual […]

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Seminar: “Building Resiliency in Uncertain Times”

  Mondays from 5:30-7 October 16 and November 20. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Campus Humans have a remarkable healing wisdom innate within our very bodies.  Learning how to utilize this wisdom by understanding the brain science and how to regulate our responses to stress and trauma can reduce the long-term negative effects caused by […]

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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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Next FaithHealth Learning Forum, Oct. 23

Monday, October 23, 2017 8:30 am to 3:30 pm Wake Forest Biotech Place, Winston-Salem, North Carolina The Learning Forum will introduce you to the FaithHealth movement in North Carolina. It is designed for congregational, community and health leaders. Explore with us what we are learning, how to adapt national Stakeholder Health models to your specific […]

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Health asset mapping for tough challenges in Forsyth County

  By Tom Peterson On a Friday morning in August, some three dozen people gather in a large meeting room at the Forsyth County health department in Winston-Salem. Down the halls are public clinics and offices for the staff who inspect restaurants, track diseases, or otherwise keep the public healthy and safe. The group is […]

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This Thursday, August 24 —Clergy Breakfast with Chris Gambill

    The State of the Church and Characteristics of Growing Congregations Thursday, August 24 from 9-10 am Hubbard Learning Center of the Sticht Center at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center A light breakfast will be served. Please R.S.V.P. by emailing Karen Kimbrell At the request of clergy who visit patients at our hospitals, FaithHealth is […]

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The Elephant Antidote, the hard conversations in congregations

  How to talk about difficult issues in congregational life   By Chris Gambill Earlier this year, we published a piece about how most congregations probably have at least one “elephant”—a salient issue that no one dares to talk about—in their sanctuary. Elephants remain ensconced because a prevailing myth that “talking about it makes things […]

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Don’t miss next FaithHealth Learning Forum, Oct. 23

      Monday, October 23, 2017 8:30 am to 3:30 pm Wake Forest Biotech Place, Winston-Salem, North Carolina The Learning Forum will introduce you to the FaithHealth movement in North Carolina. It is designed for congregational, community and health leaders. Explore with us what we are learning, how to adapt national Stakeholder Health models […]

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Webinar Series: Hospital-Community Partnerships

Two Webinars from Moving Health Care Upstream and ChangeLab Solutions You’re invited to join Moving Health Care Upstream & ChangeLab Solutions for a free, two-part webinar series about realistic, innovative local and institutional policy strategies that hospitals can use to address the root causes of asthma and food insecurity. The webinars will cover the nuts and […]

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