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Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy

 

What CBFNC is doing with Endorsed Chaplains and Counselors
 
  • Encourage persons to seek endorsement from CBF.
  • Recognize newly endorsed in our newsletter.
  • Established regional coordinators in six areas of the state.
  • Have at least one person who is passionate about chaplaincy/counseling on our Leadership Development Ministry Council.
  • Host a workshop with CEUs at our annual CBFNC General Assembly
  • Recruit as workshop leaders for regional meetings (Fellowship on the Move)
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CBFNC Sexual Harassment Webinar: #metoo #baptiststoo Wednesday, March 21, 2018 11-11:45am Dr. Pam Durso, the Executive Director of Baptist Wom...

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A rehab directory that gives those looking for rehabs choice in treatment by listing treatment centers by categories, such as location and treatment s...

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https://www.samhsa.gov - A government website that provides resources to people looking for addiction treatment. 

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2012 CBFNC Scholarship Recipients. Visit cbfnc.org/CareersandCalling/Scholarships.aspx for more information. Through the CBFNC budget and t...

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Christopher Gambill, Congregational Health Services From Flat Rock Church in Mount Airy (11/10/11)
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Justin Nelson, Mountain Valley Hospice & Pallative Care What is spiritual care and why is it important? This workshop is for anyone (clergy ...

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from 2013 CBFNC General Assembly at First, Lumberton Eddie Hammett, Author and CBFNC Church & Clergy Coach
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Mac Wallace, Pastoral Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist and Senior Professor of Pastoral Care at Campbell University Divinity School Have...

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Chris Gambill, Manager, Congregational Health Services, Center for Congregational Health God’s people don’t always agree. Issues like sexuality, immi...

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The trend of my peers “leaving” the ministry is not only alarming, but tragic. We should not be afraid to examine our calling, we should not be afraid...

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