Who we are
We are a Fellowship of Christians who seek to collaborate with all people of goodwill to promote and practice integral healthcare.
The Father of the King of kings is preparing a Bride for His beloved Son. He wants all of us to be part of this Royal Love Story. It is also a compassion Story because the King wants to express His Love for people in the health field through His Bride. Passionate about compassionate care for all the needs of whole humans in their entire context?
Imagine a team of rowers who collaborate heartily with one another to prepare for and participate in a race to win a prestigious trophy. Their lives will be characterized by daily exercise, healthy life-styles, self-discipline, focus, dedication, sacrificial commitment, choosing what is best for the team, giving all they have in a joint effort. They will truly be fellows-in-a-ship = a Fellowship. In a similar way, the Fellowship consists of people who actively build team relationships for the provision of compassionate integral care to sick and dying people – that is our prize. We exist to serve.
What we do
Equipping care-givers to practice integral healthcare; Bringing care to those who are medically under-served; Promoting integral community health in both rural and urban situations.
Where we are
Together with our partners we are active in more than 120 countries, mainly in the following language areas: English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Portuguese and German.
The mansion of Christianity is the home of 32% of the world population; that is more than two thousand million people. Together we form the single largest religious group on earth. Due to various historical and theological reasons, we have subdivided the mansion into many different rooms. What we do have in common with one another, is the Bible and its message about God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit and His love for a broken world.
All people of goodwill
We rejoice because there are so many people of goodwill involved in the health field globally. They come from many different religious backgrounds (or none), but they do share the common goal of providing the best possible care to those who suffer. They also share our concerns about issues such as integrity, equity and poverty. They want to do more than just talk about good care, they are constructively involved in providing such care.
People of goodwill are our esteemed allies. Our commitment is collaborate with them with respect and sensitivity in the love of God.
Sadly, there are some who choose to persecute Christians. Our commitment is to love them with the love of God in return.