Dr. Veda Johnson challenges Christian health professionals to take a broader view of our role in treating the causes of health disparities in our communities.
Ray Downing proposes that simply being either a missionary or a neighbor is not the whole answer to Christ-like patient care.
This is a montage of short articles written by various CCHF members from all over the world as a response to the question, "Is the Kingdom of God a significant motivating factor in your work with the poor, and if so, how?"
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.
The story of a health clinic in rural north Illinois born out of a desire to provide healthcare to the least of these.
Dr. Goetcheus reflects on her experience with Christ House, a ministry of Church of Saviour in Washington DC, and how the "least of these" became her greatest teachers.
Ann Dominguez demosntrates the value of all people - particularly the least of these - through the story of the Gerasene Demonac in Matthew 8:28-34.
Drawn from the author's 2003 conference Bible study, David McRay meditates on Christ's intsruction to His disciples to "minister to the least of these."
Lynne Medley-Long examines the motivation for ministry through a discussion of two parables in the gospel of Luke, highlighting the concept of "neighborliness" in the early church and today.