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MEDICAL MISSION TO CAMEROON 2016
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Rev. Renee Woodard Few

CASEC Information Exchange Panelist

Rev. Renee Woodard Few is genuinely dedicated to meeting the spiritual needs of those who face overwhelming health challenges. Her personal story of having lived 7 long years with a serious neurological disorder is what motivated her to “step up to the plate” and teach persons the true correlation of health and spirituality.

As a chaplain, Rev. Few has shared her expertise with various health organizations, including University of Maryland Medical System, Shady Grove Hospital, Washington Hospital Center, and Capital Caring, Inc.

As an authentic educator, she captivates audiences and empowers them with skills and practical tools that can lead to serious life transformation. Many have said that it is Rev. Few’s down-to-earth spiritual style that makes her extremely successful in helping persons handle the anger …guilt…regret that often follows a “life threatening” health diagnosis. She has conducted educational workshops for a variety of service organizations, including Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority, National Institutes of Health, and District of Columbia Public Schools.

Rev. Few is strongly committed to helping Faith-based groups obtain clarity on how their spiritual beliefs can have a profound effect on their health and well-being. Her passion for providing individual and group counseling to persons and their families has also been demonstrated in work as Associate Pastor of Health and Pastoral Care at Emory United Methodist Church. She is currently the Minister of Health at First Baptist Church on Randolph and New Hampshire Ave. NW.

Rev. Renee Few is faithful in her calling and remains committed to helping persons understand the strong relationship between health and spirituality. In her speaking-preaching-and teaching she keeps Isaiah 61:1 embedded in her heart:

“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me; because the Lord hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; He hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound.” Isaiah 61:1

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