Jesus is the author's model as she epxlores the four "sacred rhythms" or prayer, community, work, and rest.
A provacative discussion of the biblical definition of equity, the limitations of advocacy, and Christians' call to follow Jesus.
"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.
The authors describe AIDS Christian Caribbean Empowerment Services and Solutions (ACCESS), a pilot project to develop comprehensive health care clinics in the Caribbean.
The author discusses some of the thinking that keeps churches from embracing their HIV/AIDS neighbors, especially in poor communities.
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."
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.