Fellowship people seek to be the presence of Christ by offering spiritual and physical healing. They are ministering among among those affected by HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases. They are also providing training and education to medical workers in places such as Haiti and Africa.
”When Jesus healed, he did not do so from a distance,” said Tori Wentz,a registered nurse and one of CBF's field personnel. "He reached out and touched [people], even those considered outcasts. That is the focus of my ministry … being the presence of Christ to those who fear that God might not want to have anything to do with them.”
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CBF's HIV/AIDS Network
Video: Breaking the Silence
• Wentz uses nursing skills to reach marginalized people
• Field personnel provide medical care to Bedouins
• Chaplains extend presence of Christ in hospital setting
• Adams provides pastoral care to HIV/AIDS community in NYC