Each of CCIH’s four thematic working groups (including Integration of Faith and Health) was invited to develop an “issues paper” to serve as an agenda for CCIH action. This is one of the four resulting papers. Working groups developed action plans based on these at the CCIH Annual Conference in June 2019. Suggestions and contributions are always welcome. See the paper
Contact Doug Fountain at doug.fountain (at) ccih.org with questions, or to join the Integration of Faith and Health Working Group.
Community Health Evangelism (CHE) Training of Trainers | by Christian Health Service Corps | Participants in the highly interactive CHE Training of Trainers 1 (CHE TOT1) will learn approaches to teaching physical and spiritual topics that equip individuals and communities to identify issues and mobilize resources for positive growth and development. Participatory learning activities are employed through large and small group discussions, various hands-on activities, and methods that can be replicated in the community setting. Check listings for upcoming dates.
Emergency Survival Guide for Leaders: Faith that Leads the Way and Calms the Storm | June 5, 2018
In this thought-provoking webinar we heard from two global health leaders, author and Senior Fellow Emeritus at MSH Dr. Jonathan Quick and Carrie Hessler-Radelet, President & CEO of Project Concern International and former Peace Corps Director about how their faith guided them during extremely challenging times during their personal and professional lives. The webinar was moderated by Doug Fountain, CCIH Interim Executive Director.
CCIH Webinar on Integrating Our Faith with Our Work in Health | May 25, 2017
This thoughtful discussion featuring Victor Nakah, Senior Vice President of Spiritual Ministry with CURE International and Rachel Parrill, Associate Professor of Nursing, Cedarville University, explored questions on how we integrate our faith with our health work. We examined:
What does the Bible say about integrated ministry?
How do you integrate health care with spiritual care?
What Biblical principles apply to working with diverse and vulnerable populations?
What does it mean to provide whole person care?
The session was moderated by Paul Hudson, MD, Health Consultant, SIM
Best Practices in Global Health Missions | This site of best practices was produced by an international working group of Christian scholars, leaders and practitioners from diverse backgrounds seeking to promote best practices guidelines for the planning, execution, integration and follow-through of cross-cultural health missions.
Tearfund Footsteps Magazine – 2017 Issue 102 | This issue of Tearfund’s magazine, Footsteps, focuses on the integration of faith and health and features articles on Faith, the Church and Health Care; a Bible Study on why Christians should go to doctors, Faith Communities and Mental Health; and much more.
The Healing Church. The Tübingen Consultation | This classic discussion of the intersection between faith and the role of the Christian church in healing, “The Healing Church,” was a product of the Tübingen Consultation in 1964 and released by the World Council of Churches in 1965. It contains much wisdom that is timeless and relevant today.