Giving to others is a core tenant of the Christian faith, as well as a fundamental part of being human. We give to help our friends, neighbors, community members, and those in need, but the good news is: in giving, we get so much in return.
With healthcare costs on the rise and personal religious freedom at stake, more people of faith are exploring alternatives to traditional health insurance. In researching their options, a growing number of Christians are taking a closer look at faith-based health sharing as a viable choice for their healthcare needs.
Open enrollment gives Americans a short window of time to enroll in a health insurance plan. But is there another way you can cover your medical expenses at any time of the year? Yes, through health sharing ministries.
Top U.S. Healthcare Official Seema Verma, the Administrator of CMS, announced this week that a new report shows 2.5 million “unsubsidized” Americans left the ACA exchanges last year. The report went on to explain that this unsubsidized group has declined by 40% from 2016 to 2018. This is yet more evidence of what we’ve been reporting […]
President Trump signed an order in 2019 that made the Obamacare ACA Affordable Care Act tax penalty for Individuals $0, starting in 2019.
Traditional health insurance is failing, badly, and American households are paying the price. In 2018, the cost of healthcare in the U.S. was $3.65 trillion, which is more than the next 10 biggest spending countries combined! Worse yet, there are more than 2.7 million insurance industry workers and only 1.1 million doctors. Something’s certainly wrong […]
Last year when he did it, a lot of people didn’t quite understand exactly what President Trump did when he made the tax penalty for Obamacare’s Individual Mandate $0, but its impact is about to be felt! With a single stroke of his mighty pen, President Trump repealed the fine in the Affordable Care Act […]