Christian Care Ministry/Medi-Share, the prominent health care sharing ministry in the United States, recently introduced new pastors to its Pastors’ Alliance program during the Southern Baptist Convention held in New Orleans. With nearly 19,000 messengers and guests in attendance, the organization utilized this opportunity to raise awareness about the program and its advantages. The goal of the Pastors’ Alliance is to offer pastors valuable resources free of charge, assisting them in their service to the church. New pastors who join the Pastors’ Alliance program receive a range of resources, including a complimentary digital magazine and teachings from pastoral leaders. Throughout the year, alliance members gain access to resources provided by industry experts. Additionally, they are offered a 2-day online mental health conference led by Christian experts.
Digital Journal reports:
MELBOURNE, Fla. – Christian Care Ministry/Medi-Share, the nation’s leading health care sharing ministry, welcomes new pastors to its Pastors’ Alliance program. Christian Care Ministry’s Pastors Alliance was proud to be a part of the Southern Baptist Convention in New Orleans this month.
Spreading the word to pastors about this free program and sharing its benefits gave awareness of this resource to the nearly 19,000 messengers and guests in attendance. Providing Pastors with free resources to help them as they serve the church is the reason for the Pastors’ Alliance.
Resources given to new pastors include a free digital magazine and a teaching from a pastoral leader in small groups. As a Pastors’ Alliance member, pastors across the country receive resources from industry experts throughout the year. Members are also granted access to a 2-day online mental health conference led by Christian experts. Pastors can use these resources for themselves and/or share them with their congregations.
“The Southern Baptist Convention provided a great opportunity to get face-to-face with hundreds of pastors, to thank them for what they do, and share this free resource with them. The Pastors’ Alliance supports pastors and ministerial staff as they support the church. Increasing awareness of this program was our goal and we were able to do that.”- Barry Sneed Executive Director of Pastors’ Alliance
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