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Caring with Truth and Christian LoveCaring with Truth and Christian Love for Patients' Families Experiencing Stress

Date: October 1, 2016

Time: 9:30 (Registration) - 12 Noon

CE Contact Hours - application in process

Location: Indiana Wesleyan University, 4100 Rockside Road, Independence, OH

Description: This seminar will help participants to understand more fully the stressors faced by patient's families and to develop a plan that will enable the nurse to provide truthful and Christian loving care for families of patients.

Online Registration: or download Complete Brochure (in PDF)


GMHC 2016The 2016 Global Missions Health Conference

Date: November 10-12, 2016

CE Contact Hours - Continued Education will be offered again this year for the majority of the GMHC sessions.  Information will be posted online in September.

Location: Southeast Christian Church, 920 Blankenbaker Parkway, Louisville, KY 40243

Description: Connect and learn along with thousands of other people interested in healthcare missions.  We're excited about the variety of speakers, wide range of exhibiting organizations, and some special new events for this year.

Conference Information


Journeying TogetherJourneying Together: A Faithful Response to Addiction

DATE: Saturday, November 12, 2016

TIME: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

LOCATION: Anderson Chapel, North Park University & Seminary, Chicago

DESCRIPTION: A continuing education workshop for healthcare and ministry professionals in service to the church.  Addictions, from drugs to alcohol, food to sex, are impacting our churches and communities cutting across, age, race and socioeconomic status. Not only an individual struggle, this challenge calls for community support to face the pain leading to addiction and be present in the journey towards wellness.  There are many approaches to addiction recovery, yet spirituality is consistently recognized as central to the process.  With the many hungers that addictions try ineffectively to satisfy, the church has a unique opportunity to provide food for the soul as we faithfully journey with individuals and families struggling with addiction and walking the path of recovery.
This second biennial faith and health symposium, provided by North Park Theological Seminary and North Park University School of Nursing and Health Sciences, will explore how healthcare professionals and congregations can collaborate to respond faithfully to the challenge of addiction, considering what can be done together that neither can do alone.  

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr. Mark Laaser, M.Div., Ph.D., is nationally recognized as the leading authority in the field of sexual addiction with over 28 years of recovery experience and President and Director of Faithful & True.


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