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Dr. Bob Really Does Care

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at April 02, 2013
We are honored to have Dr. Bob Paeglow and members of his team at Koinonia Health Center in Albany, NY presenting a workshop at the conference this year.  Two years ago I met a medical student rotating at a Christian clinic in Memphis. Students coming to Memphis often schedule time with me to learn more about CCHF and the community of hair-on-fire-Jesus-loving-servant-radicals that make up the CCHF family. I love telling them about ministries that are extending Christ’s love to vul... Read More »

I'm getting a FREE ugly t-shirt at the CCHF Conference!

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at March 27, 2013
ATTENTION: This contest has officially ended. Thank you for your support in helping us spread the word! Share this blog post on Facebook or retweet on Twitter to get your FREE ugly t-shirt! To get your free swag, please shoot an email to conference [at] cchfmail [dot] org with your name and t-shirt size. We will email you a coupon that you can redeem for your free t-shirt at the 2013 CCHF Conference in Atlanta, GA May 9-11. T-shirts will be available for pick up at the conference (they will ... Read More »
Topics: Conference 2013

National Council Awards Dayspring Family Health Center Doctor

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at March 18, 2013
The article below was copied from the Tennessee Primary Care Association Connections newsletter. Congratulations to Dr. Geogy Thomas, long time CCHF partner, on this prestigious award! Each year, the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare honors those who inspire us to fight against mental illness and addiction. Through its Awards of Excellence, the National Council spotlights the innovative and inspirational efforts of those individuals and organizations — staff, board le... Read More »

How to Kill a Movement

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at March 18, 2013
The answer: Work Harder. To kill this movement, we need everyone to just work harder. Read More »

How do you spell “COMMUNE-ity”?

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at March 05, 2013
“It is not good for man to be alone.” We were created to live and thrive in community. It is a vital part of our being created in the image of God. Referring to the Trinity, one theologian referred to God as “a Sweet Society”. When we sinned, the first result was broken community. Sickness and death followed. Jesus risked his reputation and the credibility of his story by tying them to how his followers live and care for one another in community. [1] When we are baptiz... Read More »

How I Came to Work at a CCHF Clinic

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at January 17, 2013
Wow, who would have thought that upon the mere hearing of CCHF (Christian Community Health Fellowship) that I would actually become employed by an affiliated clinic? In my desire to do God’s work full time, I discovered CCHF, which seemed like a perfect marriage of my skills (health promoter) and God’s calling on my life (to serve Him full time). After learning about CCHF, I attended their annual conference in 2006 and was greatly impacted by the people I met there and their stori... Read More »

Lower Lights Christian Health Center

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at January 10, 2013
Lower Lights Christian Health Center (LLCHC) is a faith-based, nonprofit community health center that exists to minister the love of Christ through high quality whole person care. Their services are available to all who need it regardless of the ability to pay. LLCHC was opened in April 2002 in response to the need for access to health care in the community of Franklinton on the west side of Columbus, Ohio. In this community of 16,000 people, 45% of families with children live below the pover... Read More »