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The program will resume later this year in a new format and on a new medium.

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Bert Copple is a marketplace chaplain and pastor. He is the owner of a Home Instead Senior Care franchise and Copple Direct Home Care Supply in Birmingham, Michigan. His primary ministry is to his company’s CAREGivers and clients, providing care to the sick and widowed in his community through in-home care services. His company was ranked the number one place to work in Michigan in 2014 and 2015 by the Detroit Free Press, and has been selected as a Top Workplace for six consecutive years.  Bert holds a BA in Communications, an MA in Theology and an MDiv in Leadership. He is a decorated war veteran having served as a Chaplain’s Assistant in the United States Army where he coordinated suicide prevention efforts in South Korea and served a combat tour in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom, providing grief and marriage counseling while working mortuary affairs.  A published author, his first book, Drugstore jesus, is a daily devotional on discovering God’s will for your life and journaling to track the journey along the way.  During his college career, Bert worked as a radio personality for WERG in Erie, Pa where he was a co-host of The New Music Bakery.  Bert and his wife, Stephanie, have helped to plant two churches in Michigan and currently attend Woodlawn Church in Royal Oak where Stephanie serves on the praise team and Bert serves as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees.  Bert and Stephanie have two children, Noah and Brady, and reside in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

We interview many guests at the Caregiver Cafe. This is where you can get in touch with past guests and request more information.

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     It's a vocation, a calling.  The Caregiver Cafe exists to serve those who

      selflessly give of themselves for others​."

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