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Church Nurses and Ushers

Calling all church/parish/congregational nurses and ushers! Let us share, care and educate in the spirit of Jesus Christ.

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The Family Altar

Started by Evangelist Cookie Hunter Apr 10, 2011. 0 Replies

A Nurse Prayer

Started by Evangelist Cookie Hunter Jan 15, 2011. 0 Replies

How to start a nurses guild/ ushers ministry at your church!

Started by Evangelist Cookie Hunter. Last reply by Evangelist Cookie Hunter Dec 3, 2010. 3 Replies

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Comment by Evangelist Cookie Hunter on January 24, 2011 at 7:56pm
Comment by BISHOP JONATHAN M. CLARK on December 17, 2010 at 1:23pm

PRAISE THE LORD WE ARE LOOKING FOR  HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL AND  USHERS  TO SERVE IN THE  AMERICA GREATEST WORLDWIDE REVIVAL 2011 IN ST LOUIS MO  JUNE  4-12, 2011  SO IF U ARE INTERESTED IN SERVING IN THIS COMPACITIY PLEASE U CAN EMAIL VIA EMAIL   jonathanclarksministries@gmail.com

 We are looking for season anointed and comitted and deadicated workers to serve. there are some speical benifits.

Comment by Evangelist Cookie Hunter on October 25, 2010 at 3:02am
Comment by Evangelist Cookie Hunter on May 25, 2010 at 10:32pm
The Women's Dept. of the PNBC is working on a project called: The Battered Woman Ministry Project- Shoe Box.

We will be taking a shoe box and decorating it and filling it with personal items for the women in the shelter. I would like to invite your Women's Ministry to take on this project and make a shoe box too.

The box can contain things for:
Children-
new born baby items
book
game
art set
stationery set
jewelry making kit
pillow
back pack (filled with the items)

Women- Facial kit
Pedicure kit
Coffee or Tea care package
Thinking of you package
Devotional set
Stationery set
Relaxing set

This shoe box is a gift of love.

The box would then be presented to the women on behalf of your women's ministry.

I hope that you would consider this gift of love project for your Women's Ministry.

God Bless You!

Evangelist Cookie

Comment by Evangelist Cookie Hunter on May 20, 2010 at 2:10pm
Progressive National Baptist Convention

Monday June 21, 2010 10:00 AM - Friday June 25, 2010 2:00 PM
Jackson, Ms.

The 47th Annual Session of the Southern Region of the PNBC will be held June 21-25, 2010 at the Jackson Marriott in Jackson, MIssissippi.

Check the website at:


http://pnbc.org/PNBC/Regions.html

To God be the Glory!
Comment by Evangelist Cookie Hunter on December 18, 2009 at 1:17am
Comment by Evangelist Cookie Hunter on November 13, 2009 at 9:56am
Good morning everyone! Please say a prayer for my middle daughter and my grandson(not her son), both have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. My daughter started her meds last night and is nervous about her future. My grandson is not on meds yet and i have been talking to him about things happening in his life. I am a mess right now but i know they will be ok. Keep me lifted up in prayer.
Have a great weekend. Love you all!
Evangelist Cookie
Comment by Evangelist Cookie Hunter on November 3, 2009 at 7:44am
Here is a great resource for monthly health observances.

http://www.healthfinder.gov/nho/nho.asp
Comment by Evangelist Cookie Hunter on October 2, 2009 at 5:32am



Pink Ribbon Shows Support for Breast Cancer
It's a disease that affects one in eight women if a woman lives long enough.

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.>br>
Doctor Greg Boone is a surgeon at Licking Memorial Hospital and hopes one thing will come out of this year's Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
"That we can raise everyone's awareness. Even those people who have not been touched by it. So that we can hopefully either prevent the disease from happening or find it at its earliest possible stage," says Greg Boone, general Surgeon at Licking Memorial Hospital.

Boone says breast cancer can appear out of nowhere and it's the "un-luck" of the draw if you get it.

"We can't prevent breast cancer from happening. It's a common illness that will affect one in eight women in this country if they live long enough."

Boone tells us breast cancer's impact can be minimized if detected early and there are three ways to do that.

"If we can detect it early, then it can be cured, and there are really three keys to early detection. Self exams on a monthly basis, see your physician for a yearly exam, have screening mammography on a regular basis."

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month has been around for over 20 years.


National Mammography Day is October 16th.





Breast Self Exam

You can also read more about breast self exam in our Diagnosis section, including a recent controversial research report on the effectiveness of breast self exams for saving lives.

http://www.breastcancer.org/pictures/self_exam/index.jsp


MALE BREAST CANCER AWARENESS GROUP
Lowell Gere, founder and president of Bridging the Gap states the importance of support for men diagnosed with this traditionally women's disease. According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 1% of breast cancers diagnosed will be among the male population. Often times, men wait to be diagnosed until it is too late and the disease has spread. Men often times feel embarrassment being diagnosed with a traditionally "feminine" disease and are hesitant to openly discuss it. Bridging the Gap provides a way for men to voice their concerns and receive much needed support.

Last October, Becky Olson, cofounder and president of Breast Friends spoke at the Pink Ribbon Society Luncheon in Indiana where she addressed the issue of men with breast cancer. It takes a lot of courage for men to come forward and openly discuss the disease.

For information on how to start a chapter in your city, or just to find a friendly and supportive voice, please email Lowell at:lagere@earthlink.net directly.

WHAT IS MALE BREAST CANCER? Breast cancer is a malignant tumor that has developed from cells of the breast. This normally occurs in men as well as women. It is estimated by the American Cancer Society that in 2005, about 1690 men will be disagnosed and about 460 will die of breast cancer.

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF MALE BREAST CANCER:




http://www.breastfriends.com/inspirations/male_breast_cancer/
Comment by Bishop Dr. Peggy Kendrick on April 15, 2009 at 10:05pm
I am not a church nurse. I am a nurse in the health care field.
 

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