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Christian Care Ministry's Alternative to Health Insurance Offers Biblical Values and Affordability

Nation's Leading Healthcare Sharing Community, Medi-Share, Accepting New Members Year Round
Christian Care Ministry (CCM)
Nov. 16, 2023
MELBOURNE, Fla., Nov. 16, 2023 /Christian Newswire/ -- As households across the country evaluate their health care options heading into 2024, consumers may not know if their health insurance premiums are being used to provide services such as elective abortion. According to the latest research from Family Research Council and Charlotte Lozier Institute, 100% of Obamacare plans in several states, including California and New York, cover elective abortion, leaving Christian families with few health insurance choices aligned with traditional, pro-life values.

Christian Care Ministry (CCM), a not-for-profit association of churches, invites consumers to learn more about its affordable, dependable and biblical healthcare sharing community, Medi-Share. CCM also encourages believers to consider how their dollars can be used to further kingdom causes, rather than towards anti-biblical lifestyle choices such as abortion.

"As Christians, we need to stop ceding so many services and ministry opportunities to the federal government," said Brandon Harvath, President and Chief Executive Office of Christian Care Ministry. "It is shocking how many Obamacare plans support elective abortion, but it's also not surprising. Too often, Americans are putting their hope in the wrong place.

"Research from Family Research Council and Charlotte Lozier Institute found that in 24 states plus the District of Columbia, nearly 60% of the 2022 insurance plans on the government exchange provided coverage for elective abortion," Harvath continued. "With Medi-Share, members can be assured that they are contributing to healthcare expenses that align with their biblical values, while participating in a biblical community sharing one another's medical bills and supporting each other every step of the way. Those who join nearly half a million Medi-Share members as a community of like-minded believers don't have to sacrifice their values or walk through life alone as they navigate challenging health issues."

CCM offers health care that aligns with biblical values and does not share expenses related to non-biblical choices, including abortion of an unborn baby, which is not eligible for sharing. In addition, with talk about open enrollment date deadlines adding pressure for those making important health care decisions, the freedom to join Medi-Share any time brings relief from that stress. The nation's first accredited healthcare sharing ministry serving individuals, families, employers and ministries around the globe, Medi-Share is a trusted, tried and true solution, offering a fresh perspective on how health care expenses can be managed.

"While Medi-Share provides a budget-friendly alternative to traditional health insurance plans, even more, it's a lifestyle choice for those seeking deeper spiritual connection, a sense of belonging and financial peace," said Evelio Silvera, Vice President of Communications and Strategy at CCM. "Choosing Medi-Share means joining a caring, supportive community — a group of people who not only share the cost of healthcare, but wholeheartedly support one another emotionally, spiritually and financially."

To learn more about Medi-Share's affordable, biblical alternative to health insurance, visit medi-share.com.

About Christian Care Ministry
Christian Care Ministry (CCM), a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) association of churches, based in Melbourne, FL, operates the Medi-Share program, a Christian healthcare sharing organization that provides an affordable alternative to health insurance for faith-based consumers. Now in its 30th year of sharing, Medi-Share serves nearly 400,000 members across America and has earned accreditation from the Independent Healthcare Sharing Accreditation Board. To date, more than $7 billion dollars in medical bills have been shared and discounted.

SOURCE Christian Care Ministry (CCM)

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