Month: March 2012

9) Beware Clicking Links in Emails —

Every once and awhile, we remind our friends the world over — please be careful when clicking links in emails. In some email clients, if you hover your mouse over the link, you’ll see a little information balloon...

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10) We Give thanks for…

A $100 gift from Heritage Baptist Church, Lynchburg, VA, which is sponsoring a “Leading a World Missions Church (LAWMC)” seminar on May 7-8. Learn more at   http://www.hbcmissions.com/     $50,...

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1) Goal —

The goal of Community Health Evangelism (CHE) is to establish a development ministry whose purpose is to bring together Jesus’ Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20) and the Great Commandment (Matthew 25:37-40). This is...

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2) Biblical Basis —

In addition to the Great Commission and the Great Commandment, Jesus made a startling statement in Matthew 25:34-40. He asserted that as we give food and drink to those in need, take in strangers, clothe the naked, look after...

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3) The Need —

Meeting Needs — and there are immense needs in the two-thirds world. One-half of those who die in the villages of developing countries are under five years of age! Most of these deaths are due to a combination of...

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5) Core Elements Of CHE —

Community Health Evangelism is made up of three essential groups:   *** The Training Team — The training team initiates the program and usually comes from outside the area. Each training team consists of two to four...

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6) The Community Health Evangelists (CHE’s) —

The Community Health Evangelism volunteer is the major worker in the program and is chosen by the committee. Adequate attention to their ministry will require about six to eight hours a week. As they are being trained they will:...

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8) Three Phase Training Of Trainers (TOT) —

The training process is broken into three, one-week phases with several months between each phase to allow trainees to practice what they have learned.   Phase I — Focuses on development philosophy and how to start a...

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9) Committee Training —

The committee is trained in six, three-hour sessions, learning to take responsibility for what happens in their program. The training gives the committee members a clear understanding of how to establish a personal relationship...

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10) CHE Training —

Group involvement is a key factor. The methods used are highly participatory teaching techniques using role plays, stories, songs, visuals, demonstrations, and large and small group discussions. Volunteers go through 40 – 50...

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11) How To Integrate The Physical And Spiritual —

CHE workers have found that it is one thing to see the importance of a program that integrates both physical and spiritual truths, but it is another matter to implement such a combination. The integration of spiritual truth into...

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