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Minister of Congregational Care
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501 Miller Street
Winston-Salem, North Carolina,27103
Welcome to the Ardmore Baptist Church Youth Ministry website. We are located in Winston-Salem, NC. Our mission statement is "Providing youth opportunities to connect with Jesus Christ and each other in life-changing relationships. ... more.
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Rev. Paul Mullen, minister of congregational care for Ardmore Baptist, recalls a patient fighting an aggressive cancer who he spent time with at the J.L. Wilson Guest House.
"I remember visiting with him and his wife in the living room. He was receiving 30-plus outpatient radiation treatments and lived nearly two hours away,'' Mullen says.
Paul M. Mullen became Ardmore Baptist's first Minister of Congregational Care in August, 2013.
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The keynote speaker was Dr. Paul Mullen, Minister of Congregational Care at Ardmore Baptist Church, Winston-Salem and former Director of Church and Community Relations at Wake Forest Baptist Health (NC Baptist Hospital).
Paul Mullen 'retires' to pastoral ministry
Paul Mullen, who served as the Director of the Department of Church and Community Relations at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (BMC), retired into pastoral ministry at Ardmore Baptist Church in Winston-Salem. In his work at Wake Forest Baptist, Mullen helped provide mediation between the BMC and approximately 4,000 N.C . Baptist churches, especially those affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSC). PaulMullen11-04-13-1.jpg BR photo Wanda Dellinger, left, chairperson of the Christian Social Services Special Committee on the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina Board of Directors (BOD), presents Paul Mullen, center, with a plaque recognizing his services to the churches of North Carolina. Milton A. Hollifield Jr., executive director-treasurer of the BSC said, "Paul Mullen is both respected and appreciated by all N.C. Baptists who have had opportunity to work with him. We often hear Paul speak of the caring and compassionate people in our churches, but no one deserves that description more than Paul." N.C. Baptists have aided in considerable funding through cooperative missions by supporting ministries such as CareNet of North Carolina, the Center for Congregational Health and Chaplaincy and Pastoral Education. After attending Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Mullen served as an associate pastor at First Baptist Church of Kenova, W.Va. In 1978, he spent a year at Baptist Hospital working in the clinical pastor education program, and later transferred to Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem where he worked for 20 years as the manager of chaplaincy. From 2000-2013, Mullen was the director of church and community relations at BMC. Mullen is married to Bonnie, a nurse at BMC. They have been members at Ardmore Baptist Church for 32 years. After retiring from BMC in August, Mullen began serving as the congregational care minister at Ardmore. "In this position, I work with a few different ministry teams, each of which provides care to our members, families of members and neighbors during all times of life," Mullen said.