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Jeff Raines »

December 3, 2012

"I believe that because servant leaders genuinely love their employees and see their value as people (not as a means to an improved bottom line), they draw others to them and are able to successfully lead."

 

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Resident Chaplaincy Program Assists in Culture Change »

November 30, 2012

Something exciting is happening at Pilgrim Place, a community of 350 retired missionaries, clergy and social activists in Claremont, Calif., — and resident chaplain volunteers are playing an important role.

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'Dr. May's' Legacy Continues at Uplands Village »

November 30, 2012

Today, CHHSM ministries serve more than 1 million men, women and children annually. More than 100 CHHSM members minister to older adults through housing, health care and other services. But in 1917, no such ministry existed in the Cumberland Plateau area of Tennessee. Dr. May Cravath Wharton changed that.

 
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Battlefield Paradox »

November 30, 2012

Advent, the season of expectation and hope, is a time when God’s announcement: Be not afraid, for behold I bring you news of great joy… gives us courage to turn away from falsehood and fear and embrace truth and love.

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Legacy Leaders: An Interview with Jean Powers »

November 29, 2012

Jean W. Powers’ passion for service and a love for people began early in life. Her father was a Congregational, and later a United Church of Christ, minister who led churches in Connecticut and Ohio. 

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Culbertson Chosen as CHHSM Scholar »

November 29, 2012

Megan Culbertson of Chicago has been recognized as the 2012 CHHSM Scholar. Culbertson is currently working toward a Master of Divinity at Chicago Theological Seminary and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. She graduated magna cum laude in 2011 from Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, with a degree in religion and sociology.