Helms Jarrell

Program Support for Social Entrepreneurship

Rev. Helms Jarrell is the director of QC Family Tree, a Disciples health and social service ministry and has been the recipient of NBA support as an Incubate Partner. She also serves as program support for NBA's Social Entrepreneurship program. Her hope is that by offering her talents to NBA that she will be able to connect to and care for other organizations on the front lines of ministry and social change.

Getting to know Helms

Who is a hero of yours, and why?

Florence and Clarence Jordan, founders of Koinonia Farms—an interracial farm and intentional community founded in southwest Georgia in 1944—are heroes of mine.  They inspire me to do ministry differently and with a bend toward justice.

If I tried to find you in a supermarket, what aisle would you be in?

Right now [during COVID-19], you likely wouldn't find me in the grocery store aisle.  You could find me, however, harvesting blueberries from my garden.

Rev. Helms Jarrell
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Board Development Todd Adams

Webinar: Best Practices for Board Development

Rev. Dr. Todd A. Adams, President and CEO of the Pension Fund of the Christian Church, discusses the best practices of board development in this webinar hosted by the NBA Incubate Initiative and Connect Ministries.

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NBA Announces New Incubate Partner, StoryWagen

August 25, 2020

The National Benevolent Association welcomes StoryWagen as a new Incubate partner and affiliate that is committed to innovative approaches to health and social service ministry.

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