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Just Mail for God

by Guest Blogger Marilyn Harris, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN Hatboro Baptist Church, Hatboro, PA is located on a main road in the borough. During the time that the church building has been closed for worship, members and friends have been meeting online for prayer time on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:45 – 7:30 PM. [...]

Just Mail for God2020-11-21T07:58:54-05:00

. . . Collaborating in Places of Worship – Webinar

To see our most current Zoominar check out the Zoominar flip box on the home page, or click here. The Religion Member Interest Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (Academy) in collaboration with Health Ministries Association is pleased to invite you to view this complimentary webinar. Health Ministry Teams, Faith Community Nurses and [...]

. . . Collaborating in Places of Worship – Webinar2021-01-13T12:10:22-05:00

Executive Director’s Message – November 2020

A Gift from Mickey I appreciate that this year’s holidays are going to be very different than what we have experienced in the past. We are most certainly grieving the loss of familiar celebrations with family and friends all gathered in one space. My personal hope is to be mindful and pay attention. Maybe, just [...]

Executive Director’s Message – November 20202020-11-14T14:30:00-05:00

Presidents Message November 2020

Thank You Thank you to all of you who attended our HMA annual membership meeting on October 29! It was a wonderful time of being together and having some time to simply catch up with friends we haven’t seen in a while. We heard how HMA has risen to the challenge of COVID-19 through resources, [...]

Presidents Message November 20202020-11-10T09:40:05-05:00

Almost Out of Energy

by Guest Blogger Marilyn Harris, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN Psalm 34:8 O taste and see that the Lord is good; happy are those who take refuge in him. A child and his mother were behind me in the security line at the airport. At one point during the wait the child said to his mother: [...]

Almost Out of Energy2020-10-29T10:07:30-04:00

A Memorial in 2020

by Annemarie Rogers Halfpap I will begin by saying that my mother lived a very long and full life. She was born January 26, 1926 in Brighton, England. She lived through WWII, its aftermath and recovery. She was highly educated for a woman of the time, as a draftswoman, and later a drafting engineer. My [...]

A Memorial in 20202020-10-12T11:30:41-04:00

Me, My Mask and My Bible

My mask might protect you; your mask might protect me. Denise Viker, BSN, RN Here is the thing- I DO NOT WANT TO GET SICK. There, I said it.  I have lots of reasons for not wanting to be sick, so I do everything I can to stay well. If you know [...]

Me, My Mask and My Bible2020-09-21T19:54:42-04:00

President’s Message September 2020

Autumn Approaches As autumn approaches in this long, hard year, perhaps we look forward to new things. The beauty of trees full of colorful leaves, for example. Or here in the desert Southwest, we hope for an end to our long, very hot and dry summer. Or maybe new or renewed programs in your health [...]

President’s Message September 20202020-09-14T14:59:30-04:00

Executive Directors Message September 2020

Labor Day was created to celebrate the workingmen and workingwomen of our country. It has traditionally been a day for rest and relaxation. It also seems to mark the “end of summer”. In the past kids were back in traditional school, fall schedules were being made and mumblings of “the holidays are just around the [...]

Executive Directors Message September 20202020-09-05T16:20:24-04:00

The Joy of Living

By Guest Vloger Deborah Dixson, BSN, RN-BC As a young woman approaching adulthood, my life began to blossom in so many directions. I am the oldest child of 4 children. In the 3rd grade I knew that I wanted to become a nurse. While in high school I became a Candy Striper at Pontiac General [...]

The Joy of Living2020-09-04T09:29:52-04:00
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