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As insurers go ‘woke,’ more people are health care sharing



With inflation driving up costs and more corporations cowering to liberal special interest groups, it’s timelier than ever for Christians to consider enrolling in a health care sharing ministry.

Health care sharing ministries are not health insurance. And that’s a good thing.

Members of these ministries save money on health care, avoid insurance hassles and enjoy more flexibility in choices of providers and treatments, including complementary and alternative medicine providers. Families and individuals share expenses while connecting spiritually with other believers.

A big selling point for many members is that they can avoid having their health care dollars support practices they consider immoral. Many insurance companies now cover abortions and gender-bending drugs and surgery — often under pressure from state laws or “woke” corporations who want their employee health plans to reflect their ideology — which are contrary to God’s biblically stated culture of life.

Following the Supreme Court’s Dobbs ruling overturning Roe v. Wade last June, major companies announced that they would subsidize out-of-state travel for employees to get abortions if they live in an abortion-restricted state. These include Amazon, Apple, Bank of America, Comcast, Airbnb, CVS Health, CNN, DoorDash, Sony, Tesla, Lyft, Mastercard, Microsoft, Netflix and large banks such as J.P. Morgan Chase and Bank of America.

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