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August is Clergy and Clergy Family Self Care and Wellness Month!

Reverend Natalie Mitchem, M.Div., Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Executive Director of the Connectional Health Commission of the AME Church

August is Clergy and Clergy Family Self Care and Wellness Month!

Your health is very important to God. You and your family give of your time, talent and resources. For some, busy church schedules have unfortunately replaced quality family time, self-care and essential time with your spouse if you are married. Your calling in the ministry is important however balance, discipline and boundaries are also important to God. We need God, we need Jesus and we need Holy Spirit for success in ministry and to promote good health for mind, body and spirit.

Church Safety Tips from the Connectional Health Commission

Church Safety Tips from the Connectional Health Commission
The Reverend Natalie Mitchem, M.Div., RDN, Executive Director Connectional Health Commission
In the days and times that we now live in, it is good to have a safety plan in place for your home, work, school and church.  Most of us do not think about safety or an escape plan until after an emergency or disaster occurs.

July is Annual Faith Based Health, Wellness, Nutrition and Fitness Month

July is Annual Faith Based Health, Wellness, Nutrition and Fitness Month

Join the Connectional Health Commission of the AME Church, Bishop W.J. Messiah, Commission Chair, Reverend Natalie Mitchem, Reverend Dr. Miriam Burnett and our partners: Health Monitor Magazine, Heart & Soul Magazine and The American Heart/Stroke Association as together we create a “Culture of Health” annually in July.

Some Mental Health Considerations after the tragedy at Emmanuel AME Church, Charleston, SC

Submitted by Rev. Miriam J. Burnett, MD, MDiv, MPH, CHCQM, Medical Director of the AME Church Connectional Health Commission

Some Mental Health Considerations after the tragedy at Emmanuel AME Church, Charleston, SC

As I sit at my desk, trying to gather my thoughts, I realized I was also thinking about the shooting at Turner Monumental A.M.E. Church, Atlanta in October 2003. I acknowledge that I write this article with both Emmanuel AME, Charleston and Turner Monumental, Atlanta that in mind.

URGENT - Emanuel A. M. E. Church - Catalyst for Renewed Action

Praying for Our Charleston SC

URGENT - Emanuel A. M. E. Church - Catalyst for Renewed Action
As our sisters and brothers of Emanuel A. M.E. Church spoke with God, our brothers and sisters went home to eternal rest. I’m told that there are some survivors and one person reported that the killer kept him/her alive to tell what happened. Rev Pinckney’s strong will and urgency in life gave us the benefit of compassionate and determined leadership… He accomplished much in a short window. Everyone
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