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Faith Healing: How Local Churches Are Stepping into Health Care's Gaps

Faith Healing: How Local Churches Are Stepping into Health Care's Gaps

The innovative Congregational Health Network in Memphis relies on local congregations to take care of their members.

At a time when health care may seem more bureaucratic than ever, Gary Shorb has found a way to keep it personal.

The president and CEO of Methodist Healthcare last month drove through some of the poorest pockets of Memphis, Tennessee, stopping to talk ...

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Pax Paws

July 01, 2012  1:59pm

This is indeed Christ's Body, the true Church... embodying Christ's heart and spilling out in action, as His hands and feet and loving arms. Thank you for your obedience, Memphis fellowship of believers, for your excellent example of what I believe is in the process of emerging... Christ's true Church.

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