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Healthcare: Our Complex Healing Mission Field

Updated: Mar 1



Problem:

Healthcare is complex and a high calling. 60% of Jesus's recorded miracles were healings. Workers who follow Christ often lack a connective workplace community to navigate the tensions, stress, and opportunities for best practice.


Solution:

Catalyze a regional network of Christ-following healthcare workers to build community, solve problems, and steward their healing talents together throughout Greater Dayton.


To more deeply link arms with the Great Physician and each other.


To transform our selves and families, workplace cultures, patient outcomes, and systems.


Strategy:

  • Asset-map all Christ-following healthcare workers.

  • Begin small and large group gatherings by health system, facility and discipline.

  • 2-4 times a year gather Christ-following senior leaders to discuss ministry engagement and strategy at the ground-level and to fellowship around shared concerns.

  • At some point in the future, host an annual conference for all Christian Healthcare Providers in Dayton to encourage, equip, and make connections throughout the city.




National Associations




 

Founded in 1931 with 13,000 members



"Bringing hope and healing to the world through Christian healthcare professionals"




25 sessions to equip Christian healthcare professionals to communicate the love of Christ, in word and in deed, to patients, students and colleagues.


CMDA also has content and community for Life & Leadership Coaching as well as supporting Marriage, connection for Medical Wives (Side-by-Side ), and physician Well-Being.


 


Founded in 1978


37 seconds of the medical mission field being all around us


1-minute story of why CCHF is Daisey's Community: it started at 12 years old


Christian Community Health Fellowship (CCHF) in 90 seconds


 

Founded in 2010 with 50 Health Networks and 400 Members


The Coalition embraces physician wholeness, which we understand to encompass physical, mental, social, and spiritual health, which supports the embodiment of our work as a ministry of healing.


 


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