Care: How People of Faith Can Respond to Our Broken Health System


By G. Scott Morris. Drawing from his experience as medical doctor, pastor, and founder and CEO of the nation’s largest charitably funded faith-based health-care center, the author sheds light on how we can live out a crucial aspect of discipleship by ministering to the vulnerable and underserved among us. Through the stories of people too often ignored or dehumanized, addresses the financial and social barriers to health care for low-income and undocumented individuals, the lack of affordable medications, the challenges of chronic disease and behavioral health issues, and the promising outcomes of faith-based care that treats the whole person. Calls readers to awareness, action, and advocacy in their local communities on behalf of those who have no one else to turn to for quality care. Read more.