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2013 Nollau Institute Holds Final Retreat »

January 2, 2014

The 2013 class of the Nollau Institute concluded its year of study with a retreat and consecration service on Dec. 12, 2013, in St. Louis, Mo.

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Nollau Institute Opens Registration »

July 30, 2013

CHHSM’s 2013 Nollau Institute is only halfway over, but class member Carol Foltz can’t believe how much she’s been stretched both personally and professionally since joining the program. 

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Nollau Retreat Inspires 2013 Class »

January 30, 2013

“The first thing I can say about Nollau is wow,” says Nancy Beard, president and CEO of the United Church Homes and Services Foundation in Newton, N.C. Beard is a member of CHHSM’s yearlong leadership formation program, the Nollau Institute, whose 2013 class met for the first time at a Jan. 14-16 retreat in St. Louis.

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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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Raines Reflects on the 2012 Nollau Consecration »

July 31, 2012

Earlier this year, I was asked to give a definition of servant leadership based on my experiences in Nollau for the CHHSM Diakonie newsletter. Since those words sum up well what I have learned about servant leadership over the past several months, I’m going to share them with you once again.

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Remarks from the Inaugural Nollau Consecration »

July 31, 2012

Last September, when we gathered for the first Nollau retreat, I traced the roots of our gathering to 1817, when King Frederick Wilhelm III of Prussia merged the Reformed and Lutheran branches of German Protestantism into the Evangelical Church of the Prussian Union.

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Nollau Institute Registration Opens »

March 30, 2012

Last fall, CHHSM’s inaugural Nollau Institute class began a yearlong process of formation. The 18-member class has explored the relationship between spirituality and vocation through intensive study, personalized training, special retreats, site visits, online discussions and peer mentoring.

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