By CCHF (Christian Community Health Fellowship)
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Be inspired by CCHFtalk, a monthly podcast produced by Christian Community Health Fellowship. Join Steve Noblett and the CCHF staff as we explore topics related to healthcare to marginalized communities. Listeners will be refreshed, encouraged, inspired, empowered to continue in your ministry & mission, and you might even learn something new! Find more information online at CCHF.org
||CleanCCHFTalk_201||Today on CCHF|Talk we get to hear an interview with Steve Noblett and two physicians who have both lived a missional life, and who have helped scores of Christ-followers be faithful to use medicine both as a demonstration of Christ’s hope and love,...||12/31/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCCHFtalk #104: On the Front Lines||The Opioid Crisis & CCHF||10/11/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCCHFtalk #103: Following our Friends Home||The Jericho Road Story||8/22/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCCHFtalk #102: Embracing Weakness||Medical training stresses strength and confidence; but God calls us to embrace weakness. Today we will hear stories from the missional medical world that will focus on finding grace when we acknowledge our weakness and our need.||3/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCCHFTalk #101: The 4 Components of a Christian Healthcare Ministry||Is there a difference between being a Christian in medicine and practicing Christian medicine? Today, on CCHFtalk, Steve Noblett, executive director for CCHF and Lance Luttrell, the Chief Operating Officer for Christ Community Health Services in...||1/27/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
CCHF has been such a source of encouragement and inspiration to me even while I was in nursing school, and has been one of the reasons that I am working in community health among the underserved today. I have always wanted them to start a podcast and am thrilled that they finally have! Each episode has been eye-opening and so helpful to me in my practice. I love the topics chosen and the presenters are excellent clinicians who live out God’s calling to champion the cause of the marginalized. Definitely check it out if you are interested in community health and are interested in ways to live out your faith and calling through medicine.
Very Good Podcast!
Overall it is a very insightful podcast, especially for medical providers or prospective medical providers. I felt as though some of the things mentioned were explained in a very vague way rather than practical applications, but the message behind the podcast is encouraging. Very good listen.