by Stan Rowland
[Good health]…is living in harmony with God, others, one’s self, and nature around us. If there is a break in harmony in any one of these relationships, then there is sickness. Restoration of the disharmonious relationships is called healing. (see Isaiah 61:1-2)
The concept of CHE has greatly altered my concept of missions. Even though many organizations promotes holistic ministry, no other group, to my knowledge, so effectively incorporates personal evangelism and discipleship. CHE shows that a community is truly changed one person/home at a time.
No longer can there be satisfaction with Christian service, which is given in the name Christ, but without the name of Christ ever being mentioned. Likewise, the proclaimer who is concerned with only witness, through words alone, cannot claim to follow the Master whose concern was for the needs of the body as well as the soul. (Gordon Moyes at Amsterdam ’83)
Poverty is a logical result of how people…
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