The sessions should include innovative strategies and support best practices. – “Creating Peaceful Families,” a two-day workshop for clergy, lay and youth leaders, advocates, and other human service providers, will be held Oct. Don’t let this hiccup stop you from making change in your community!NRCDV provides training, both in-person and web-based, to meet the needs of state domestic violence coalitions, their member domestic violence programs and other allied organizations seeking to end domestic violence.Do Something is working really quickly to comply to these new laws.
Miles is coordinator of the Hospital Ministry Department for Pacific Health Ministry at the Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, where he chairs the hospital's ethics committee. Registration fees are for the entire conference or for individual sessions. ### Media Contacts: Karen Richardson, [email protected], or Shannon Koontz, [email protected], 336-716-4587. (Worth and Value Explored), that features drama, music and Miles, will be held Saturday Oct. Miles was ordained in the Church of God (Anderson, Ind.) in 1983 and is the author of several books: “Violence In Families: What Every Christian Needs To Know,” “Domestic Violence: What Every Pastor Needs To Know,” and “Ending Violence In Teen Dating Relationships: A Resource Guide For Parents And Pastors.” Workshop sponsors are Family Services Inc., the Domestic Violence Community Council Faith Leader Training Program, Wake Forest University Women's Health Center of Excellence, Wake Forest University Pro Humanitate Center, Salem Presbytery, the Pilot Mountain Baptist Association and the Baptist Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity. To register by phone, or for more information, contact Sharee Fowler at (336) 722-8173 or [email protected] is committed to stopping violence before it begins.tl;dr: So sorry you can’t access Do Something at the moment!