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Patricia Plumb

Patricia Plumb

Patricia Plumb, M.A. Ed., M.A.Theo.
As an Organizational Development Consultant for twenty years, Patricia Plumb, M.A.Ed., M.A.Theo. has trained over 7,600 leaders on topics such as leading teams, facilitating agreement, coaching, communication skills, and process analysis. She pioneered a graduate program for UMKC/Crittenton (a mental health and wellness facility) equipping school counselors in working with students at-risk and presented to parents on building a child’s self-esteem, grief, and communication skills. Patricia’s work has also embraced shared leadership in forgiveness and reconciliation on behalf of The Forgiveness Institute (President/Vice President), International Forgiveness Institute (Program Manager for KS/MO), and The Shepherd’s Touch (CEO). Patricia has served on the Kansas City Advisory Board of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and on the pastoral team at Wexford Place.

Patricia Plumb

The Shepherd’s Touch, is a ministry established in 2018, under the umbrella 501c3 nonprofit organization, Character that Counts. “Let your heart notice the one who has no Shepherd, the one who has not felt My touch” Draw near Devotions. The vision is to change lives by teaching forgiveness and reconciliation, in the spirit of Jesus Christ by sharing the forgiveness message through speaking, writing, and advocacy. The primary audiences are churches, families, and those facing the end of earthly life. Patricia joined the CTC staff on January 1, 2018.

PRESENTATIONS OF PATRICA M. PLUMB (2020 & 2021)
Feb. 24, 2020 Communication Skills
Chillicothe Correctional Facility, Chillicothe, MO
Feb 24, 2020 Conflict Resolution
Chillicothe Correctional Facility, Chillicothe, MO
Feb 24, 2020 Forgiveness
Chillicothe Correctional Facility, Chillicothe, MO
June 19, 2020 Hearing the Master’s Voice
Northland Cathedral Life Group, Smithville, MO
Aug 28, 2020 Jehovah-Roi and Abba Father
Northland Cathedral Life Group, Smithville, MO
Sept 12, 2020 Prince of Peace
Northland Cathedral Life Group, Smithville, MO
Oct 23, 2020 Our Rock and Redeemer, Our Deliverer
Northland Cathedral Life Group, Smithville, MO
Nov 20, 2020 The WORD
Northland Cathedral Life Group via Zoom
Dec 18, 2020 Happy Hanukkah and Merry Christmas!
Northland Cathedral Life Group via Zoom
Dec 23, 2020 Hope and Reassurance
NKC Teaching God’s Infinite Wisdom Fellowship via Zoom
Jan 15, 2021 Almighty God who Loves Us: Our Co-Creator and Lord of the Dance
Northland Cathedral Life Group, Smithville, MO
Feb 19, 2021 Jesus, our Friend
Northland Cathedral Life Group, Smithville, MO
Mar 19, 2021 Jesus, the Bright, Morning Star
Northland Cathedral Life Group, Smithville, MO
May 7, 2021 Abba Father-God, the Promise Keeper
Northland Cathedral Life Group, Smithville, MO
June 9, 2021 Ministry of Presence and Grace
NKC Teaching God’s Infinite Wisdom Fellowship, Parkville, MO
June 18, 2021 Ministry of Presence and Grace
Northland Cathedral Life Group, Smithville, MO
July 10, 2021 Names of God
Northland Cathedral Life Group, Smithville, MO
Aug 27, 2021 Jesus, our Quarterback
Northland Cathedral Life Group, Kansas City, MO
Sept 25, 2021 God, the Holy Spirit in You
Northland Cathedral Life Group, Kansas City, MO
Oct 22, 2021 The Indwelling Holy Spirit
Northland Cathedral Life Group, Kansas City, MO

Educational training:
• Mediation Achieving Results for Children October 29, 2021

Educational accomplishments:
• Completed Alpha facilitator training January-March 2020.
• Earned Career Transition Consultant Certification in June 2020.
• Earned certificate of First Responders in Mental Health October 2020.
• Completed Trauma Healing Training February- March 2021.
• Completed the American Association of Christian Counselors coursework as a Christian Mental Health Coach June 30, 2021.

Coaching:
• Life coaching for individuals in change management, grief, elderly loved ones.

Writing:
God’s Handwriting, Forgiveness, Names of God, Elderly Loved Ones’ Care, and blog.

Speaker Summary: Patricia Plumb was our speaker today. It is seldom that we have a woman speaker for our group, but each time Patricia brings a unique insight to our relationship with our Savior. In a scripture rich message on how important God’s presence and grace is in our lives. There were personal stories from her neighborhood encounters as well as familiar stories of men who found their ways back to that real and enriching life in God. The narrative of her message is attached, and it is well worth a second look at the stories shared to assess how each of us is faring after this long winter of separation. Thank you, Patricia, for a great presentation (From a presentation at the NKC TGIW)

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