“Why are so many people dying from senseless gun violence?” It’s a reasonable question being asked by many right now, given that more than 10,000 people in the U.S. have been killed by guns since January and another 20,000 will likely die by year’s end. But there’s actually a plausible reason why we don’t have […]
Creating community well-being should be a proactive endeavor for both the nation and communities of faith. That’s what community leaders from around the country discussed at this year’s Wellbeing in the Nation Summit, held in Alexandria, Virginia. The summit acts as a think tank to create plans that influence national health policy. CHHSM Vice President […]
For the last six months, Beth Wade and Alice Graham have traded emails and phone calls on the challenges of sustainability when resources are scarce. Although they serve at organizations 1,500 miles apart, the two quickly found support in each other through CHHSM. So when Wade crossed paths with Graham during her first CHHSM annual […]
In-coming CHHSM Vice President Ben Guess wrote an article entitled “Foolish, Stubborn, Underfunded Christians.” CHHSM President Michael Readinger wrote an article entitled “From Social Justice to Action to Ministry” Read Ben’s full article here. Read Mike’s full article here.