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CHHSM Launches Legacy Fund »

August 31, 2012

As CHHSM celebrates its 75th anniversary this year, the organization is taking steps to ensure it continues to develop dynamic leadership for the future. On Sept. 1, CHHSM launched a five-year campaign to support the Legacy Fund, an initiative designed to expand CHHSM’s leadership formation mission. The goal is to raise $300,000.

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Carrying the Movement Forward »

August 31, 2012

The theme of CHHSM’s 75th anniversary celebration is “CHHSM at 75: The Promise of Our Passion-Driven Movement." Our CHHSM forebears were German Evangelical pietists. For these practitioners of Diakonic Ministry, piety connoted a life committed to discerning the work of God as manifest in the signs of new creation (promise) before our eyes in the here and now, passionately participating in that work and hoping actively for the new earth where righteousness dwells.

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Legacy Leaders: An Interview with Hugh Meyers »

August 31, 2012

In his role as CEO of Orion Family Services in Madison, Wis., Hugh Meyers heads an organization that is dedicated to serving troubled children and families. Orion operates three group homes in addition to offering a wide range of community outreach programs, such as in-home family therapy, foster care and outpatient counseling.

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Jody Budo »

August 31, 2012

"A servant leader is someone who sees the value in everyone and who uses their leadership gifts to help others see it too."

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CHHSM's Search for Program Associate to Close Oct. 1 »

August 29, 2012

CHHSM is currently searching for a program associate to work collaboratively with its executive leadership, board of directors and staff to develop and implement strategic initiatives that further its mission to “sustain and advance the work of healing and service as a ministry of the church of Jesus Christ.”

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Grant Funds Advocate Health Study on Chaplains' Role in Palliative Care »

August 13, 2012

Advocate Health Care, a CHHSM ministry and one of the nation’s top health systems, is conducting an 18-month-long study on how chaplains provide palliative care in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), thanks to a grant from the HealthCare Chaplaincy provided by the John Templeton Foundation. Advocate was one of six organizations nationally to receive the funding.