faith community

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faith community

n
a community of people sharing the same religious faith
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The Faith Community Homes annual fundraiser, Giving Hope, will be from 3 to 6 p.m.
Most people have experienced intense bonding over a meal, but why and how does it happen -- and can eating occupy a central role in a faith community? Such questions drive Vanderslice's book, which explores food, faith, and the intersection of the two.
The Annual Conference of the South Carolina Faith Community Nurses Association (SCFCNA) will be held on Friday, Aug.
It's also just the faith community stepping up and saying specifically that our faith traditions mandate us to speak out and say that the current state of affairs is unacceptable.
Every day Faith Community Nurses in Colorado are making a difference in our communities.
Collecting the Wisdom: Harnessing the Power of Faith Community Nursing will be the title of an early spring conference for nurses, health professionals, health ministers, clergy and anyone interested in gaining skills in a caring ministry in their faith community.
Newfoundland, NJ, August 10, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Food Waste Weekend (#FoodWasteWeekend) - a nationwide opportunity for the faith community to learn about and address the waste of food in America - has been announced by AmpleHarvest.org in partnership with GreenFaith for September 23-25, 2016.
DESPITE BEING recently honoured with the Queen's Service Medal for her community work promoting health, education and support for those in need, Nelson rehabilitation nurse Elaine Tyrrell (right) said her role at the upcoming faith community nurses' conference would be mostly "doing the washing up".
Parish Nursing, or Faith Community Nursing (FCN) as it is now called, is a recognized specialty practice by the American Nurses Association and the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
We can look for the day when leaders will once again be chosen on the basis of being able to function as apostles (faith pioneers sent to work outside the faith community), prophets (faith encouragers working within the faith community), evangelists (faith initiators bearing the gospel), as well as pastors (spiritual directors and caregivers) and teachers (Christian educators).
Faith community nurses (FCNs, also known as parish nurses) can help increase use of preventive medical and social services, increase patient adherence to treatment regimens, build a supportive network in the congregation, and reduce readmissions to allow patients to thrive in their homes (see Figure 1).

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