The challanges and joys of a health clinic serving in Mississippi in the wake of Hurricane Katrina
This very personal sermon finds reason to take heart in catastrophic times. Hilfiker says that as we celebrate each other's call in the context of ever-deepening community, we "co-create with God toward the reign of God."
Tazelaar sees God redeeming the HIV/AIDS crisis in Sub-Sahara Africa for the kingdom purposes of community, justice, and evangelism.
The Author, a staff memeber at CMDA, describes a collaboriate initiative to provide pathways for Christian doctors to give 4% of their time to serve among the poor.
A doctor's personal log takes the reader through a harrowing, but typical, weekend on call, followed by a psalm of lament.
A nurse learns to "never say never" when at 50+ her career path takes some interesting turns.
A would-be research scientist finds path to joy through clinical service
Rowe gives essential competencies for health-care providers wanting to serve effectively for Christ in an African-American cultural context. Hint: The first step is admitting that you don't know what you don't know.
From the author's biblical reflection at CCHF COnference 2007, this study places Jesus' temptations in a political freamwork and finds parallels with both the nation of Israel and with life in the nation we call home.
In this transcript from her CCHF conference 2007 plenary address, the author weaves stories and scripture to speak to the uniqueness of Christian health care. our distinctive calling, identity, work ethic and rewards are all considered.
How we define the practice of medicine makes all the difference. Using three Christian metaphors, Curlin helps us see through current misconceptions of medicine and guides us to a more biblical conception.
Two nurses step out and pray with patients, then watch God work.
The sign of the cross, an ancient liturgical gesture, is examined for its ability to remind us of our source and purpose in practicing health care among the poor.
The author anticipates major power shifts in the body of Christ and urges majority culture readers to aopt a "third paradigm" in minsitry partnerships
A college sophomore asks probing questions about our political allegiances.
Authored by a student and a professor in the field, this article outlines the roles, spirituality, and requirements of parish nursing.
A look at how God helped turn a non-profit disaster into a growing, effective dental care ministry for North Seattle.