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Spring 2012: Serving the Underserved Spring 2012: Serving the Underserved
BY CHURCH HEALTH READER EDITORS

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Spring 2012 Table of Contents

Features
Serving the Underserved Timeline: How the Church has served the underserved throughout history

Least of These: Health care professionals reflect on Jesus' words from Matthew 25
By Jim Lemons, P. Ann Solari-Twadell, John Winton, Ellen Bermudez,Bob Donovan, and Kara Kilpatrick

Why Disrupting Homelessness Matters for the Church: Q&A with Laura Stivers
By John Shorb

Holy Comfort: Gardening as a means to mental health
By Stacy Smith

Departments
A Note from the Editor

CH Bulletin

Ministry Moment: Providing Food for the Body and Soul

Ask Deborah: Starting a Dental Clinic for the Uninsured

Healthy Living Tips

Blue Butterfly
By Susan Palwick

Congregational Health Promoters
By Kendra Hotz and Matt Mathews

Ministry for the Bees (and us)
By Ashley Goff

Life Giving Gifts
By Camille Cook

Healthy Flyer: A Heart Healthy Lifestyle (B&W) (Color)

Healthy Eating: Fresh Melon Salsa, Gouda Macaroni and Cheese, and Lemon Green Beans
From the Church Health Center Kitchen

Most of these
By Stacy Smith



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