An integral part of NCBAM’s mission is to inform, inspire, encourage, and train others to serve the aging. Servant volunteers are at the heart of the ministry. Individuals, churches and professional providers give of themselves to make a difference. NCBAM connects servant volunteers to needs and provides training, encouragement and support. Interested in learning how you can become a servant volunteer? Click here.
Posted by Wendy Minton Edwards in category on April 10, 2013
A Fire and Fall Prevention Train the Trainer session will be held Friday, April 12, 10 am - 2 pm, at the Ephesus Baptist Church, 7300 W Old Spring Hope Road, Spring Hope. The session goal is to equip NCBAM Eastern Regional Assistants to...read on
Posted by Wendy Minton Edwards in category on April 03, 2013
I am absolutely amazed!
I have been in meetings of senior adults three times this week...and this is just Wednesday. I've been overjoyed to see that someone in every group was in their nineties. Today, at the Senior Citizen's meeting in...read on
Posted by Wendy Minton Edwards in category on February 22, 2013
Many local churches, like Bible verses, are special to me for many different reasons. One such special congregation is Fellowship Baptist Church in Creedmoor. While visiting there last week I was reminded of just how wonderful a...read on
Posted by Jim Edminson in category Individuals/Care Teams on January 28, 2013
Make Retirement Your “Bonus Years” by Dr. Sandy C. Gregory
Design an action plan to achieve a fulfillingretirement. Topics include: achieving good health, maintaining independence, sustaining relationships, working, volunteering, and...read on