Members of recognized healthcare sharing ministries are exempt from the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate, which is the requirement that every American purchase health insurance or face penalties. Under the law, by March 31st, you must purchase health insurance, be exempt, or face a fine imposed and collected by the IRS.
When Liberty HealthShare members Matthew Bellis and Jessica Bird-Bellis decided it was time for their young son Davyd to get his shots, they consulted with their doctor. He recommended a round of seven vaccines and boosters, a dramatic procedure for which the Bellis' admit they were not ready.
The Affordable Care Act boasts one specific feature: that it is "affordable" to Americans. Yet according to an article from the National Journal, an overwhelming majority of individuals have reported an increase in costs. ("Obama's Affordable Care Act Looking a Bit Unaffordable" National Journal, 2013)
Liberty HealthShare has created a smoking cessation program that is now actively helping members.
Fifty years after the release of the first Surgeon General's report on smoking and health, remarkable progress has been made.
In this video testimonial, Brandon Fabris shares about the research that led he and his wife, both self-employed, to join Liberty HealthShare. Of their experience, Brandon says, "It's really comforting to know that we're a part of a group that bands together the way we do."