This past week, Liberty HealthShare Executive Director Dale Bellis attended a pastors' training event hosted by Pastor Jim Garlow, author of Well Versed: biblical answers to today's tough issues. This brand new book does a fantastic job of explaining how we as Americans might best respond to the pressures, policies, and events that impact our lives each day - all in light of the Bible.
At Liberty HealthShare, our mission of facilitating the sharing of Members’ medical expenses is serious business. When we are serving a Member who has experienced an illness or accident requiring ongoing medical care, we want to be a safe place in the storm. For this reason, our team members encourage one another to remember that a Member in distress is a person in need; a person our ministry exists to serve. It makes us proud to get feedback that lets us know our team is serving Members well.
Congratulations July HealthTrac graduates!
Graduating from HealthTrac means the member has reached the goals set with their Health Coach and has made lifestyle changes that positively impact overall health. Congratulations on your achievement!
A Member (and Employee) Testimonial
Hi. I'm Christen Varley, Public Affairs Specialist for Liberty HealthShare. When people ask me what it is I do every day, I tell them I'm the luckiest person working here. I spend most of my days talking to people all over our country about healthcare sharing with Liberty HealthShare!
I was sitting at my desk thinking of a subject for my next newsletter article, when my 11 year old niece, Bayleigh, came to visit me. She said,” Aunt Susie, what are you doing?” “I’m thinking about what I should write for the next newsletter”, I replied. With excitement in her voice and her eyes shining like Christmas lights, she said; “I know what you can write about. Write about your skin!” I pondered about it (yes, pondered), and because she seemed to be so excited about her suggestion, I asked if she wanted to help. She sat down and began writing.
By John Hunt, MD
Pediatric Allergist/Immunologist and Pediatric Pulmonologist
Seasonal allergies result from pollen exposure in people who have developed allergic sensitivities to the pollens. In general, trees and grasses that pollinate in the springtime present problems. In the middle latitudes, trees begin pollinating in late February, with various species continuing to pollinate through May. Grasses pollinate in May and June. There are substantial geographic variations in this pattern, however.