Faithful Families Eating Smart and Moving Move

Recognition

Faithful Families Promotional Video

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2017

Sampson Independent Article, February, 2017

2016

2016 Faithful Families Annual Report

2016 Faithful Families Summit Video

2008-2015

2014-2015 Faithful Families Progress Report

Craven County Faith Community receives Farmers' Market Promotion Grant

MountainWise video about Faithful Families in Macon County, North Carolina

North Carolina Cooperative Extension Centennial Video about Faithful Families at Mount Peace Baptist Church in Wake County

WRAL Health feature on Faithful Families at First Calvary Baptist Church in Durham, North Carolina

Faculty Members Attend Let's Move Event at White House, NCSU CALS News Center, March 2013

North Carolina Faith Communities Eat Smart and Move More, USDA Blog, December 2012

NC State University's Perspectives Magazine, Summer 2011

Press release for initial funding of Faithful Families Eating Smart and Moving More, February 2008

Faithful Families has been accepted as a "Practice-Tested Intervention" by the Center of Excellence for Training and Research Translation (Center TRT) at UNC Chapel Hill. Center TRT, in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Nutrition and Physical Activity Program to Prevent Obesity and Other Chronic Diseases, has developed a process for reviewing, translating and disseminating interventions. This process is applied to obesity prevention interventions that have been tested through research studies or have been developed and evaluated in practice. Interventions are recommended by expert reviewers and CDC for dissemination. Faithful Families is the first faith-based intervention to achieve this status.

Faithful Families Eating Smart and Moving More was selected as the signature project for the Southern Regional Center for Excellence in Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention. You can learn more about this work here.

Hardison-Moody, A., Stallings, W. (2012) Faith communities as health partners: Examples from the field. North Carolina Medical Journal. 73(5). Available here

Hardison-Moody, A., Dunn, C., Hall, D., Jones, L., Newkirk, J and Thomas, C. (2011) Multi-Level partnerships support a comprehensive faith-based health promotion program. Journal of Extension 49(6). Available here

Hardison-Moody, A., Dunn, C., Hall, D., Jones, L., Newkirk, J and Thomas, C. (2011) Faithful Families Eating Smart and Moving More: The role of lay leaders in the implementation of a faith-based health promotion program. International Journal of Volunteer Administration 27.2. Available here