From Our Ministries

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Leaders Reflect on Nollau Experience

November 11, 2014

Marti Coplai had attended countless conferences as a leader in services for older adults. But when her supervisor sent her to the Nollau Institute, she found it was a very different kind of experience.

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CHHSM Mobilizes to Support Ferguson

October 14, 2014

CHHSM convened members in September to discuss the situation in Ferguson, Missouri, where Michael Brown, an 18-year-old black man, was shot by a white police officer in August.

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Servant Leader

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"Servant leadership is found at the intersection of profession, vocation, passion and mission. When you are fortunate enough to find yourself in a place where all of these are aligned, you have found your call to ministry and you are able to lead a purpose-driven life."

Michael Readinger

President and CEO, CHHSM,
Cleveland, Ohio


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From the President

CHHSM 2.0

I am pleased and honored to pen this, my first column as the Council for Health and Human Service Ministries’ new president and CEO. I give my heartfelt thanks to all of you who have entrusted me with this important call to servant leadership.

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Our Shared History

Nollau: A History of Service That Thrives Today

Louis Edward Nollau personified the adage “bloom where you’re planted” even though where he was planted, at the time, looked like a failed ministry opportunity.

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