Health Awareness

I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service.  And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God. - Romans 12:1-2

Our Mission

The Health Awareness Ministry (HAM) aims to prepare the hearts and minds of men and women to be receptive to God's call. As health educators and advocates, we promote the will of God by teaching and evangelizing in this present age on various healthcare treatment and prevention topics such as Diabetes, Prostate, Breast and Cervical Cancer, Heart Disease, Stroke/Hypertension, Obesity and Sexually Transmitted Diseases.  

May is Stroke Prevention & Awareness Month

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Power To End Stroke is part of the broader EmPOWERED To Serve movement. Join this movement that focuses not only on improving individual health, but also on building healthier community environments where a healthy lifestyle is accessible to all.

Stroke-Specific Resources and Tools

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Living with Stroke

Our Annual Events Include:   

  • Wear Red Recognition of Heart Disease & Prevention

  • 1st Ladies Health Initiative Hosting: It's A Baby Shower 

  • Pin A Sister for Breast Cancer Awareness & Prevention May 2018 

  • Pin A Brother for Prostate Cancer Awareness & Prevention 

  • Annual Health & Wellness Fair, August 2018

  • Annual First Ladies Health Fair, September 2018

  • Diabetes Awareness Initiative

  • Healthy Dinner Sales throughout the Year

  • Project Power Breast, Cervical & Prostate Cancer Awareness

  • Partnership With Walgreens for Year Round Blood Pressure Screenings

  • Partnership with Lifesource for Annual Blood Drive

  • Be the Match Bone Marrow Donor Registry

  • Body & Soul Renewal Program

  • Special Projects with the American Heart Association

  • October National Domestic Violence Awareness Month            

  • Nutritional Counseling

  • Recognition of World AIDS Day, December 1, 2018



Sister Selina J. Redd, Lead Servant

Brother Melvin Christmas, Co-Lead Servant

Messenger Sabrena Givens, Co-Lead Servant

Minister Delores Baldwin, Adviser  

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