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William Morehouse.This workshop addresses the message, mission, and motivation behind our mandate and shares some of the experience, tips, and guidelines that CCHF peers have to offer.
Daisey Dowell and Panel. Be encouraged and learn to see what you do through "Christ-colored" lenses as you listen to the experiences and receive words of wisdom from a panel comprised of others who like you--serve via the ministry of helps
Clifford Lau.In this session, I will share 3 surprising gifts the Lord has for you and for me through our work, explored through the following themes: What do meaningful relationships with our patients show us about our Heavenly Father? What is an addict? What am I responsible for?
Carolyn Klaus.In this session, Dr. Carolyn Klaus will describe how the gospel of the kingdom of God has gradually impacted the trajectory of her life from wanna-be medical missionary at an early age, to becoming an ordinary doctor, to being part of a team that founded Esperanza Health Center in Philadelphia, to working as an AIDS educator and community developer in Horn of Africa.
Diane Steward.Embracing sacred rhythms within the context of your everyday life opens space to know Jesus intimately. This interactive workshop will explore four sacred rhythms and offer short experiences of each to equip you to make one, two, three or all of them part of your rhythms of life.
Monica Baldwin.This is a story about four people named: Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody. There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it. Somebody got angry about that, because it was Everybody's job. Everybody thought Anybody could do it, but Nobody realized that Everybody would not do it. It ended up that Everybody blamed Somebody when Nobody did what Anybody could have.
William Morehouse. As believers called and commissioned to “proclaim the good news of the Kingdom” in the course of our daily lives and work, we need to tailor what we say and do within the context of our own faith understandings and the relationships we’re able to develop with those around us.
Dr. Myron Glick and his team will explore this Biblical imperative, and will discuss what it means for followers of Jesus to advocate for the stranger and refugee even when faced with much opposition by others. They will share about their experiences working with refugees, asylum seekers and undocumented neighbors at Jericho Road in Buffalo NY.