A healthcare sharing ministry is created based on a movement of individuals that share and are united together based upon their sincerely held religious beliefs relating to a mandate from God to live a healthy Christian lifestyle. Therefore, each Sharing Member is expected to agree to and strive to abide by a set of principles.
WeShare® Membership Qualifications
Accept the WeShare® Shared Beliefs
Members agree to unite and share with each other, to embrace their sincere religious belief to live, support, and share in care for each other.
Members agree to come together, to share in the cost of each other’s Medical Need(s), despite convenience or cost savings, and are making voluntary contributions due to the moral, ethical, and religious values that compel each member to follow God’s path.
Members agree to unite, to share in encouragement of selfless stewardship of resources, including the resource of our mental, physical, and spiritual selves.
Members affirm their God-given, fundamental right to make decisions regarding healthcare, and the use of their finances, as related thereto, and to not relinquish that right to others.
Each Sharing Member endeavors towards living in accordance with the WeShare® Statement of Faith and Shared Beliefs.
Health & Wellness Lifestyle
WeShare® Sharing Members agree with the principle that our physical bodies are gifts and temples unto the Holy Spirit, and that it is our duty to respect and care for our bodies. WeShare® stands on the belief that we can take our health into our own hands through preventative and proactive approaches towards physical, spiritual, and mental health, fitness, and wellness.
Living a health and wellness-centric lifestyle, one that exalts the Lord, means that WeShare Sharing Members agree to general practices which include, but are not limited to:
- Follow spiritual teachings asking us to avoid the abuse of alcohol and tobacco, in any form
- To refrain from abuse of prescription drugs, such as taking a prescription in a way in which was not intended by the prescribing Physician and medical professional, as abuse of prescription drugs could result in bodily harm or substance dependence
- Refrain from the use of illegal drugs
- Refrain from participation in activities that present a willful disregard for personal safety or the safety of others, or that contain high physical risk such as non-sanctioned action, adventure or racing sports
- Agree to exercise regularly, eat healthy foods, and attend to mental health
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