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.
If you’re wondering why your out-of-pocket healthcare costs are so high, you’re not alone. Across the nation, millions of people are confronting ever-increasing premiums and expenses — despite the promise of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Shopping. Watching a sunset. Grabbing a bite to eat. Dancing. There are many activities in life that are simply more fun when enjoyed with someone else. The same can be said of health and wellness.
You know the signs: runny or stuffy nose, sore throat, head and chest congestion, lung-wracking cough, fever, chills and body aches. For thousands of years, millions of people have been suffering through the common cold and flu — with no cure in sight.
Like household costs across the board, healthcare expenses have continued to skyrocket — putting added economic pressure and stress on American families who are already maxing out their budgets.
Spring cleaning feels like a chore you’d rather postpone, then consider this for added motivation: Having a clean home is a powerful way to strengthen your faith, follow Jesus’s example, and improve your spiritual, emotional as well as physical health.
Celebrated this year on May 8, Mother’s Day is a time to acknowledge and appreciate all moms do to take care of their families. Now more than ever, it’s important to make sure the busy mothers in our lives are also taking care of their health
There’s no question that faith has brought comfort, purpose and happiness to millions of people. Research indicates that sharing a religion, spirituality or faith can also have a positive impact on our physical as well as mental health.
This Easter, there’s much to celebrate. As restrictions ease and life returns to a semblance of normalcy, friends, families and communities come together to enjoy cherished Easter traditions.