We are an association of people and organizations using the strategy of Community Health Evangelism to serve impoverished communities around the world. We are networked together for mutual support to share useful ideas and best practices, encourage each other, coordinate efforts, and optimize the use of limited resources.
Community Health Evangelism
Community Health Evangelism (CHE) seamlessly integrates evangelism and discipleship with disease prevention and community based development. The work is wholistic, seeking to meet the whole need of individuals and communities through complete obedience to everything that Jesus commanded. Read more about CHE at this link.
The following summary came from part of a Global CHE Enterprises (GCE) year-end report. GCE is established in Mesoamerica and is widely reproducing the CHE process.
Most of our Featured Members have been stories about specific events, whereas this article gives an overview of what is happening at various locations in Mesoamerica. As with most organizational reports, this one contains numerical information/statistics. I ask that you keep in mind at these numbers represent people, people who are real. They have real families, real needs, real joys, and real souls. They are not statistics; they are stories. The differences are not just numbers; the differences are people.
In El Salvador, two CHE Committees are overseeing 27 committed Community Health Evangelists (CHEs) in five actively involved communities.
A change in political control ended the official support from the new local government officials as well as official support from the Pastors association, however the previously trained government officials now serve as CHE volunteers!