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NCPS Hosts National “I’m In Love With A Church Girl” Premieres

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The National Coalition of Pastors’ Spouses held screening/premieres across the nation in conjunction with “I’m In Love With A Church Girl” movie. Faith leaders in Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; Miami, FL enjoyed exclusive viewings of this faith-focused film starring JaRule, Stephen Baldwin, and Adrienne Bailon. NCPS President and Founder, Mrs. Vivian Berryhill, represented the organization by attending the movie’s World Premiere in California and walking the Red Carpet with the film’s stars. According to...

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Huggies/NCPS Host Successful Diaper Drives

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One in three American moms is struggling to provide diapers for her babies. Far too many are stressing each day because they lack the ability to provide their babies with clean, dry diapers.These moms have had to cut back on food, utilities or other necessities to buy diapers. Some have to leave diapers on their babies for one to two days. Or worse yet, dry these diapers in the sun and reuse these unsanitary diapers on their babies. In an effort to help meet this growing crisis, the National Coalition of Pastors’ Spouses has stepped up...

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Tyler Perry Teams Up With NCPS For Good Deeds

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The National Coalition of Pastors’ Spouses (NCPS) recently joined with Mr. Tyler Perry’s 34th Street Films, Lionsgate Productions, and Different Drummer as national partners in support of the Covenant House Good Deeds: Great Needs Gift Card giver project.This Gift Card initiative was launched by Perry to coincide with his newly released film entitled, “Good Deeds”, a moving, uplifting romantic drama about relationships and the defining choices we make in our lives. Perry is the lead star in “Good Deeds” as...

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1st Annual National Kidney Sunday: March 25th

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The National Coalition of Pastors’ Spouses (NCPS) has partnered with the National Kidney Disease Education Program (NKDEP), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), American Diabetes Association and Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc. to conduct the inaugural nationwide Kidney Sundays event on March 25, 2012 to recognize National Kidney Month.Through its network of community educators and volunteers in the African-American community, the partners are urging churches to conduct kidney health education sessions. Registered nurses from Chi Eta Phi...

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Stay Trim and Healthy While Celebrating The Holidays

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Stay Trim and Healthy While Celebrating The Holidays

It’s that time of year. Yes, holiday parties and family gatherings where food and drink will be plenteous are once again upon us. Unfortunately, the temptation to overindulge in holiday cheer can be a challenge for even the most disciplined eater. Most of us will abandon our diet and exercise regimen beginning in mid-November for Thanksgiving, and will carry through to the first week of February’s Super Bowl Parties. So, how do you maintain your weight and heart-health during this time? Here are a few tips: 1. Eat on a smaller...

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Huggies and NCPS Continues Diaper Awareness Drive

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Huggies® Every Little Bottom Continues to Drive Awareness of Diaper Need Across North America To kick off the holiday season and the launch of the National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN) – the first national nonprofit dedicated to helping raise awareness of diaper need, build capacity of diaper banks and close the diaper gap in America – Huggies Every Little Bottom organized “12 Days of Thanks,” a cross-country tour where the brand donated 12 million diapers in 12 cities over a 12-day period. Throughout the month of...

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Pfizer And NCPS Offer “Helpful Answers” In These Uncertain Times

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by NCPS Staff Most of us know a friend, family member or neighbor who is struggling to make ends meet during these tough economic times. With the decline in available jobs and increased lay-offs, Americans are losing access to critical health care. Health insurance can be a major factor in a patient’s decision to seek care. We know that uninsured and underinsured patients are likely to avoid health treatment because of cost. Minority populations are especially at risk. In the United States today, one in five African-Americans is living...

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