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This profile was last updated on 10/4/07  and contains information from public web pages.

Member

Phone: (530) ***-****  HQ Phone
Paradise Alliance Church
6491 Clark Road
Paradise, California 95969
United States

Company Description: CMA is actually the church denomination that the Paradise Alliance Church is a part of.
Background

Employment History

  • Missionary and Teacher
    Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society
  • Missionary
    CBFM
  • Counselor At Via Verde Counseling Center
    Link Care
  • Administrative Positions
    Medical Training Institute at Nyankunde

Education

  • master , counseling administration
    UCLA
  • bachelor's degrees , zoology and biology
    Wheaton College
Web References
Paradise Alliance Church
www.paradisecma.org, 4 Oct 2007 [cached]
Paula Warner
M.Ed., MFT, received her B.S. from Wheaton College and M.Ed. from UCLA.She served as a missionary with CBFMS for 25 years in Democratic Republic of Congo, where she taught and held administrative positions at the Medical Training Institute at Nyankunde.After returning to the United States, she has been a counselor at Link Care in Fresno, Via Verde Counseling Center in San Dimas, and at Fairview Heights Baptist Church in Inglewood.Her areas of specialization are: crosscultural/mission issues, stress management, trauma victims, loss/grief issues, illness/cancer recovery, singles' issues, and conflict resolution.Paula moved here two years ago and is a member of Paradise Alliance Church.
'A story that needs to be ...
www.chicoer.com, 3 July 2007 [cached]
'A story that needs to be told': InnerView: Paula Warner reflects on 25 years in the Congo
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Paula Warner of Magalia, a cancer patient and former missionary, shared her story June 21 with the Enterprise-Record.In her home are several of her oil paintings, including the one behind her, to be featured beginning July 10 at Enloe Cancer Center's Healing Art Center.(Bill Husa/Enterprise-Record)

All Chico E-R photos are available here.

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Today, Warner is 72 and lives a peaceful life in Magalia.Recently recovering from chemotherapy treatments for lung cancer, she spent time June 21 with the Enterprise-Record, sharing her life story.
Warner's lifestyle in the eastern Congo would be considered sparse by most Americans.She taught young Africans to be teachers and along the way, Warner fell in love with the people and saw amazing animals and countryside.
She already knew she was a competent person.Growing up in Los Angeles, she was the youngest player on a semi-pro women's softball team and liked to fish and play the guitar.She worked her way through college and taught science at two junior high schools.
Life in Africa revealed other talents.Besides teaching, she was a butcher, a bricklayer, a veterinary technician.She was a chef and she baked bread.She played the guitar, played tennis and tended gardens.
But she also witnessed three different civil wars."We were frightened of one thing: The soldiers.They could be either kind or brutal.There were guerilla groups and people were terribly afraid," she said.
It seemed there was more to fear, though she didn't know it then.She had been exposed to several toxins and carcinogens in Africa.She was first diagnosed with lung cancer in 1992, breast cancer
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Warner endured periodic evacuations from one part of Africa to another to escape civil war.She taught in a school in the abandoned perfume factory.
Teaching was in her blood, she said.Warner received bachelor's degrees in zoology and biology from Wheaton College in Illinois and a master's in counseling administration from UCLA.She went to Africa as a missionary and teacher with Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society.
She studied French for 15 months in Belgium prior to moving to Africa, since French is the official language in central Africa.She became fluent, and in Africa she studied Swahili.She can still speak both.
The last 16 years of her missionary service were spent at the Nyandkunde Medical Center in the Oriental Province of Congo.Her students were 18 to 24 years old, nearly all male.
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Warner is not sure yet what she'll do with her scrapbooks."I'm thinking maybe an archivist should have them.It's a story that needs to be told," she said.
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Name: Paula Warner
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Paula Warner to be featured artist
Paula Warner, who spent 25 years as a missionary and teacher in Africa, is also living with cancer.Diagnosed with lung cancer in 1993, she also had breast cancer in 2000 and during chemotherapy treatment, did some oil paintings.
Her paintings, including some from her photos of Africa, will be displayed starting July 10 for three months at the Enloe Cancer Center's Healing Art Center, 265 Cohasset Road.
Warner's five scrapbook albums documenting her life also will be available for viewing.
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