NAB Healthcare

Dear United States NAB Family,

At the NAB General Council in early May, members were pleased to hear the announcement of a soon-to-come, nationwide, NAB Healthcare plan.

Our conference of churches began 165 years ago with the intent of realizing ministry effectiveness in unity, encouragement, and strength. That heartbeat is alive and well today, as evidenced by the fruit of our NEXT Campaign: NEXT Community, NEXT Nation, and NEXT Generation.

NAB Update

2015 Triennial Conference

Triennial is only 33 days away! We are down to only a few days left to register online, so please be sure you have confirmed everything is accurate on your registration and that you have registered for all of the special events you would like to attend. Pre-registration is required for Special Events by June 1st; this includes Breakouts & Breakfast, Alumni Gatherings, Women's Luncheon, and the All Conference Reception at the California State Railroad Museum. 

Online registration ends June 1st. 

NAB UPDATE

2015 Triennial Conference

Triennial is only 7 weeks away! This is the last month for online registration, so please be sure you have confirmed everything is accurate on your registration and that you have registered for all of the special events you would like to attend. Pre-registration is required for Special Events by June 1st; this includes Breakouts & Breakfast, Alumni Gatherings, Women's Luncheon, and the All Conference Reception at the California State Railroad Museum. 

Online registration ends June 1st. 

NAB Update

NAB Retired Workers' Retreat

Today is the final day to register for the upcoming NAB Retired Workers' Retreat at the beautiful Cedar Springs Retreat Center in Sumas, Washington. The retreat dates are May 11-13, 2015.

LEADERSHIP NEWSLETTER APRIL 2015

Stress: Part 1

Tension, pressure, worry, anxiety, strain. These are synonyms for the word stress. Those who lead churches and ministry organizations are often intimately familiar with not only the word stress, but the experience of stress as well. Like high school students lugging heavy backpacks overloaded with books and folders, ministry leaders regularly walk around churches and organizations bearing the weight of spiritual, emotional, and relational problems—some their own, some belonging to others—figuratively strapped to their backs. At times, these leaders don't seem to be aware of or at least mind the added strain; at other times though, the weight is dreadfully apparent, pulling them downward with an unmitigated force.

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