are many Christian ministries that are health-related
that reach out to people with a variety of objectives.
They all have excellent resources and are worth
browsing to see tools they have, books they
recommend, and more.
you are starting an illness ministry in your
church these are excellent resources to have
available for your church as well as those who
attend your group.
Community Health Services
A Christian nonprofit organization focused
on fulfilling the physical, spiritual, and
emotional needs of the underserved through
health centers and outreach programs.
Christian Community Health Fellowship
A national network of Christian health professionals
and others concerned about the health care
needs of the impoverished communities in the
United States. They encourage others to live
out the gospel through health care among the
Medical & Dental Associations/ CMDA
Also known as the Christian Medical &
Dental Society. CMDA strives to motivate and
equip doctors to practice faith in Jesus Christ
in their personal and professional lives.
CMDA sponsors publications, audio and video
tapes, conferences, journals, short-term foreign
and domestic missions, continuing education
both overseas and in the United States, student
and professional associations, and much more.
Church Health Center
They provide the support, consultation and
education to start or strengthen health ministries
in congregations and see about 36,000 patient
visits a year with an average cost of $20.
Health Ministries (FHM)
This organization is a multiethnic, Christian,
nonprofit organization dedicated to developing
long-term relationships with underserved individuals,
families and communities to help themselves
in culturally relevant ways. Currently FHM supports
programs in maternal and child health, nutrition,
education and church development in Haiti and
other underserved communities.
The mission of HMA is to encourage, support
and develop whole-person ministries leading
to the integration of faith and health.
Catholic Health Association
The Catholic Health Association of the United
States (CHA) supports the Catholic health ministry's
pursuit of the strategic directions of mission,
ethics, and advocacy. As the nation’s largest
group of not-for-profit sponsors, systems, and
facilities, the ministry is committed to improving
the health status of communities and creating
quality and compassionate health care that works
Church of Christ Health Ministries
Services are in a variety of areas including:
Health and Human Service (CHHSM), Health Care
Justice, Healthy Connections, HIV and AIDS,
Sexuality Education, Disabilities Ministries,
Mental Illness Network, Chaplains and Counselors
Ministries with Haalth Resources
- Health LifeWay is a religious nonprofit organization
that receives no funding from the denomination
and reinvests income above operating expenses
in mission work and other ministries around the
The Medical Strategic Network is a nondenominational
evangelical organization dedicated to equipping
health professionals to reach their spheres
of influence for Christ. Millions
of people visit health care providers every
year. Yet a credible witness for Jesus Christ
is often sadly missing. In many cases Christian
health professionals feel ill-equipped to relate
the gospel to the questions and concerns of
their non-believing colleagues and patients.
Designed by professionals for health professionals,
METS conferences provide practical, hands on
training to more effectively treat patients
- both spiritually and physically.
GHO leads more than 40 short- term medical mission
teams each year to Central America, Africa,
Asia and around the world to share the gospel
and serve the medical needs of developing countries.
A program of Christian Medical Society.
Community Health Fellowship
Anational network of Christian health professionals
and others concerned about the health care needs
of the impoverished communities in the United
States. We encourage others to live out the
gospel through health care among the poor.
A medical ministry outreach of the Christian
Books of Interest for People with Illness
Many of our
programs are "Sunroom
Enhanced" meaning you can find additional social network communities
in the Sunroom, as well as the regular program itself. For example there
is an email men's group and also men's groups in the Sunroom for additional