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HEALTH & FAITH
Health is a spiritual matter. The connection between the two is evident in scripture.
As Pastors/Spiritual Leaders on a mission, you need support and access to what’s working.
Facts, data and news Health Ministries can promote to increase health.
HEALTH IS A SPIRITUAL MATTER
Interdenominational Health Ministry Coalition’s fervent prayer, desire, and goal is to help create a healthier community. Our strategy is to collaborate with like-minded individuals, groups, and organizations; disseminate reliable, transformative information; and encourage thought-provoking dialogue that will unite us in working toward that common goal.
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RESOURCES & TRAININGS
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DEVELOP A HEALTH MINISTRY
DO YOU WANT A HEALTHIER CONGREGATION?
Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth.
3 JOHN 1:2 KJV
HEALTH MINISTRY SUCCESSES
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“The Interdenominational Health Ministry Coalition never ceases to amaze me. This group of committed volunteers is teaching us that supporting physical and mental health is integral to living a life of faith. They are embedding in congregations a new culture of wellness that provides the encouragement we all need to be whole.”
“As a Community Based Organization partner; IHMC has opened doors within the faith-based communities for health education; has provided the necessary toolkit(s) for building healthy relationships between CBOs and the faith communities; and has proven how vital it is to have health ministries within all communities.”