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INCUBATE, STORIES

Hallowed Placemaking: Part 2

Rev. Helms Jarrell   |   June 05, 2018

In part 2 of the Hallowed Placemaking series, Rev. Helms explores issues of displacement, development, and a place-based practice of resurrection.

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INCUBATE, STORIES

The Open Table, Or... A Piece of Chocolate Cake

Rev. Stephen Patten   |   May 15, 2018

UrbanMission’s Open Table is more than “just” a community dinner, it is a holy communion of those seeking wholeness in one way or another.

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INCUBATE, STORIES

Home Doesn't Have an Address

Rev. Sharyn Cosby   |   May 08, 2018

Far too many people don’t have an address to call home. Finding the homeless at our door is how and why OFEC started homeless outreach programming.

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INCUBATE, STORIES

A Most Important Quality: The Ability to Ask for Help

Rev. Dana Bainbridge   |   May 01, 2018

In the early days of Recovery Café, we got good at asking for advice and for help. It also helps if you can get people excited about your mission.

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STORIES, INCUBATE

How to Plan a Retreat That’s Really Restful

Rev. Ayanna Johnson Watkins   |   April 24, 2018

Even while the world around us seems to be racing itself from one sensational, tragic, amazing thing to the next, perhaps a retreat is what we need.

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SPECIAL EVENT

NBA at National Convocation Biennial Session!

July 19, 2018

NBA leaders and ministry partners look forward to participating in this year's National Convocation Biennial Session in Birmingham, Alabama!

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Jordan Bles

Director of Development
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COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE

Live in Hope Foundation is dedicated to reducing the incidence of advanced stage breast cancer, and the rate of breast cancer deaths, among Haitian women.