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Mark D. Anderson, NBA President and CEO
DONOR STORIES, DISCIPLES HEALTH/SOCIAL SERVICE MINISTRIES, STORIES

A Privilege to Give

Mark Anderson   |   March 14, 2019

Mark D. Anderson says he has become conscious that his level of generosity is associated with his level of gratitude. He financially supports NBA because of his gratitude.

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DONOR STORIES, XPLOR

Blessing for Rev. Dr. Ben Bohren

Rev. Bonnie Osei-Frimpong, Rev. Virzola Law   |   October 17, 2016

On September 23, 2016, we gathered at Union Avenue Christian Church in St. Louis to honor Rev. Dr. Ben Bohren and celebrate his 50 years of ministry with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)! Rev. Bonnie Osei-Frimpong and Rev. Virzola Law, who work with Ben as the NBA XPLOR program team, shared this blessing as the evening's benediction.

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Rev. Deborah Morgan Stokes
DONOR STORIES, XPLOR

Donor Spotlight: Rev. Deborah Morgan Stokes

Rev. Deborah Morgan Stokes   |   October 17, 2016

Rev. Deborah Morgan Stokes, senior minister at East Dallas Christian Church, is one of many donors to the Rev. Dr. Ben Bohren NBA Leadership Fund.

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MENTAL HEALTH INITIATIVE

Mental Health Resource: Online Worship Service for Holy Week

April 17, 2019

Join the NBA’s Mental Health Resource Task Team for a thoughtful and thought provoking online Grief and Loss worship service for Maundy Thursday, facilitated by a collective of voices from across the life of the church.

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Mark D. Anderson

President and CEO
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COMMUNITY BUILDING, COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE, HOMELESSNESS, PRISON AND JAIL MINISTRY, RE-ENTRY , HUNGER / FOOD SECURITY, CHILDREN / YOUTH / FAMILY

UMCP is a community-focused nonprofit organization that seeks community wholeness, resilience, and sustainability by working with families and individuals at risk from poverty, hunger, homelessness, incarceration, and/or inadequate education and healthcare.