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Hoyleton Ministries Celebrates Couple's Journey from Foster Care to Adoption »

August 14, 2016

After 18-month-old Lamarrion was hospitalized due to physical abuse, he and his older brother Damond, 3, were given protection by the Division of Child and Family Services in Illinois, where the case was assigned to United Church of Christ-related Hoyleton Ministries.

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Megan Culbertson »

August 13, 2016

"Being a servant leader means listening and watching for the spirit to move in unexpected ways and new places and then following that energy, even when it is uncomfortable or scary!"

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Rest for the Weary »

August 12, 2016

I recently spent a long weekend with friends on the South Jersey shore. I came back tanned and re-energized from daily workouts, bike rides and time on the beach. It is amazing what that short break did for me. I hope all of you have a chance for a little mental and physical renewal before we settle into fall and winter.

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Report: United Church of Christ Ranks High Among Faith-Based Providers of Nation’s Senior Housing »

August 12, 2016

The United Church of Christ, despite being a relatively small denomination, ranks sixth out of 18 U.S. faith traditions for the number of residences provided to older adults by church-related health and human service institutions, according to an analysis released this month by Ziegler, a major Chicago investment firm.

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Evangelical Homes of Michigan Rebrands as EHM Senior Solutions »

August 9, 2016

EHM Senior Solutions (EHM), formerly Evangelical Homes of Michigan, a nonprofit health and human service organization that has been providing health care, housing and community services to seniors has announced its new corporate identity, along with a slate of company announcements that signify its expanded focus and continued growth and evolution of services.

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United Church Homes Celebrates 100 Years, Emphasizes Advocacy Need »

August 5, 2016

Representatives from the national and Ohio offices of LeadingAge – Dr. Cheryl Phillips and Nisha Hammel – discussed the importance of advocacy and how to change the world of senior services.