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A conversation about health care you can feel good about. October 12, 2010

Filed under: health care — justiceevangelist @ 9:24 pm
  • What words, concerns and reservations come to your mind when you hear the phrase “health care”?
  • Do you worry about your health, your family’s health?
  • Do you wonder, as you listen to the news, how your faith relates to the health care debates that you hear?

In this five week study, you’ll have an opportunity to learn, listen, and share your own hopes about what health (and being healthy in America) means to faith.  You’ll hear the personal stories of fellow United Methodists from across Ohio who have experienced firsthand what it means to think about health care as people of faith.

Doctors, lay people, pastors, small business owners, and advocates will share with us, and we’ll respond by listening for God’s voice, asking, “How should we respond?” We’ll read scripture, consider John Wesley’s perspective on the importance of health care to Methodists, and pray together.

To join the conversation, click the tabs above or begin here.  Each session contains unique videos you can view and share with your congregation, family, and friends.


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