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Keeping Your Congregation Safe from COVID-19

Keeping Your Congregation Safe from COVID-19

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UPDATED MONDAY, MARCH 16 Amid the fast-spreading outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), there are some important things to keep in mind to keep your congregation safe. Here are a few things to note about the state of the virus: Thursday, the World Health Organization officially declared COVID-19 a global pandemic.  President Trump addressed the nation last […]

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The 5 Signs of a Healthy Church Staff

Healthy Church Staff

Churches rise and fall by the work of the many dedicated men and women in leadership. But just because ministries have amazing people on staff doesn’t mean things will always be positive and thriving. If just one or two people or a smaller team within the staff is exhibiting signs of poor health, the entire […]

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Comparing Christian Health Care Sharing Ministries

Christian Sharing Ministries

Comparing Christian health care sharing ministries can often feel like ordering pizza in a new place. You have a general idea of what it’s going to look like and how it’s going to taste, but there are still a variety of different options and you may not be sure what style of pizza you’re going […]

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Are Sharing Ministries for Everyone?

Christian Sharing Ministries

When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law in March of 2010, it sincerely disrupted the healthcare industry in the United States. The ACA brought about major changes, like removing annual or lifetime limits on insurance payouts, requiring minimum essential coverage and mandating that preexisting conditions must all be covered. Those who endorsed […]

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Could Benefits Work Like Taxes? A Look at Individual Health Insurance

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My 10-year-old self loved tax season. I didn’t understand any of it, but what I did understand was that my parents somehow got extra money from this thing called taxes sometime in April, and then we would go spend it on something fun. During my youngest years, I’d see my dad at home with all […]

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How To File Your Taxes for Your Health Insurance

It’s that time of year again: tax season. The time where you track down everything you’ve earned, bought, sold, donated or traded over the last year to determine whether you owe the government or they owe you. In recent years, Americans have also had to prove that they were covered by a health insurance plan […]

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Is Short-Term Health Insurance Right for You?

Short-Term Health Insurance

Although short-term health insurance is not for everyone, recent changes in the sector have made them a more desirable option for individuals looking to lower their monthly medical insurance costs. The major value proposition of short-term limited-duration insurance plans, often referred to as term medical, is a great coverage offering with a lower monthly premium. […]

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5 Things to Know About Cost Sharing Subsidies

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How the executive presidential order impacts the Marketplace On Friday, October 13, 2017, President Donald Trump made an announcement that the federal government will no longer fund cost-sharing subsidies. Although the announcement does not have a big impact on individuals who purchase ACA plans, there are a few misconceptions about what the announcement means for […]

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Christian Health Insurance Options for Pastors

How one pastor saved $7,000 per year on his personal monthly costs, lowered his family out of pocket exposure and sleeps better at night knowing his money is not going towards funding medical procedures he does not morally support. Singular Focused: One-Percenter Dave Thornhill is the Senior Pastor of Westside Church in Indianapolis, IN.  Westside […]

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