Health ministries that were started with a desire to honor Christ drift away from that fundamental mission more often than we would like to admit.
One CCHF member takes the insurance companies, medical establishment, and New York state government head-on in a stand for justice for the uninsured.
The Church Health Center launches a new web community to help both lay people and professionals link faith and health.
A career nurse reflects on a journey of discovery and service that began at age 48 and would lead her to understand her true calling.
Advocacy for reform in healthcare should be an issue of justice for Christians everywhere. The founder of the Church Health Center in Memphis challenges Christian health professionals to lead the way.
The way we “see” people either increases their suffering or is a powerful bridge for healing and empathy.
How one small church is bringing a glimmer of hope to the largest primary care black hole in the country.
A major hospital recognizes the importance and effectiveness of empowering churches to engage in the health of the community.
A surgeon learns valuable lessons on the mission field that transform his practice back home.
Dr. Canning offers ways of preparing for and responding to the challenges and rewards of working in healthcare for the underserved.
Dr. Rick Donlon looks at five crucial weapons disciples of Christ need in order to slay the modern day giants that we face in healing ministries.
Christ Health Center was one of the featured clinic stories at the 2009 CCHF Conference because of its unique partnership with a local church. Director, Ramsey Duck tells the story of the early development of this inspiring ministry.
Dr. Jones, founder of Lawndale Christian Health Center, takes a look at some of the questions that have been prominent in the healthcare reform debate this fall.
Debbie Smith, director for the Center for Women in Medicine, shares how women on the front lines of serving others through healthcare can maintain their well-being and balance their lives in the midst of so many pressures and conflicting roles.
The Old Testament concept of shalom has been offered as a definition of true Biblical health. Grace Tazelaar writes about shalom as being the result of our reconciliation with God, self, others and the world around us.
Lawndale Christian Health Center CEO tells how LCHC is using its health center to bring about real change in the lifestyle of its community.