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Nollau: A History of Service That Thrives Today »

September 28, 2012

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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Legacy Leaders: An Interview with Bob Baur »

September 28, 2012

Bob Baur comes from a long line of missionaries and pastors. His grandfather was a professor at Eden Seminary in St. Louis from 1903 to 1936. Out of his grandfather’s 10 children – six girls and four boys — all but one were connected to the ministry.

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Choosing to be Exceptional: By Steve Jaberg »

September 27, 2012

Larry Minnix, president of LeadingAge, a national nonprofit association of senior health care organizations and senior retirement communities in Washington, DC, has said that in the future, there will be two types of nursing homes: “the exceptional and the non-existent.”

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The Rev. Kizzie E. Jones »

September 27, 2012

"A servant leader is approachable, setting an example of faithfulness, integrity and mutuality, while inspiring the team to meet the challenges of the workplace."

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United Church Homes and Services Names New President and CEO »

September 26, 2012

United Church Homes and Services (UCHS) of Newton, N.C., has announced that Lee B. Syria, senior vice president of operations, has accepted the position of president and chief executive officer for United Church Homes and Services.  Her new responsibilities began Oct. 1, 2012.

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Fowlkes Has Faith in the Future »

August 31, 2012

The Rev. Tyrone Fowlkes believes in young people, and that even those who have suffered significant trauma in their lives can become leaders for a new generation. He’s working to make that happen.