H & D

Archive: 2005

Sacred Rhythms

Posted on January 1, 2005

Jesus is the author's model as she epxlores the four "sacred rhythms" or prayer, community, work, and rest.

Topics: H&D, Biblical Principles, Spiritual Disciplines

A Christian Critique of Equity

Posted on January 1, 2005

A provacative discussion of the biblical definition of equity, the limitations of advocacy, and Christians' call to follow Jesus.

Topics: H&D, Cultural Issues, Healthcare System

The Need for Whole-Patient Care

Posted on January 1, 2005

"Patients want to talk to their health care providers about their spiritual lives." Using Scripture and research as support, a physician encourages health care workers to introduce spiritual matters into patient interactions.

Topics: H&D, Whole-Person Care

The HIV Epidemic in the Caribbean:

Posted on January 1, 2005

The authors describe AIDS Christian Caribbean Empowerment Services and Solutions (ACCESS), a pilot project to develop comprehensive health care clinics in the Caribbean.

Topics: H&D, HIV/AIDS, Cultural Issues, Community Development

Medicine for the Least of These

Posted on January 1, 2005

The author discusses some of the thinking that keeps churches from embracing their HIV/AIDS neighbors, especially in poor communities.

Topics: H&D, HIV/AIDS, Community Development, Biblical Principles

Am I My Brother's Keeper?

Posted on January 1, 2005

A pastor applies Cain's infamous question to world crises, and makes a biblical case that a "life with God is a life of being my brother's keeper."

Topics: H&D, HIV/AIDS, Biblical Principles

Living Stones Call for Living Mortar

Posted on January 1, 2005

A doctor at Dayspring shares how the foud adhesives of purpose and design, building well, shared decision-making, and conversing together have kept diverse staff together.

Topics: H&D, Christian Clinics, Community Development, Biblical Principles