• Global Health, Rights, and Justice
    Vol 6 No 1 (2019)

    Global Health, Rights and Justice

    An issue with thoughtful commentaries on justice, human rights, and global health, case studies on addressing the global water crisis, a novel visual model for spiritual care in health settings, critical thinking in global medical education, an autobiographical case report on depression's global disease burden, Primary Health Care revisited, book and journal reviews, poetry, etc.

  • Jesus Healing the Sick by Gustave Dore Serving Christ in Global Health Service
    Vol 5 No 3 (2018)

    Bringing together ancient and contemporary theological perspectives on global health service and disaster risk managment, ethics in cross cultural healthcare education, program integration, and best practices in short-term global health service.

  • Christian Response to the Global Refugee Crisis
    Vol 5 No 2 (2018)

    A collection of articles related to thoughtful faith-based approaches to the care for displaced populations in Jordan, Kenya, Turkey and Australia; and the latest global health issues from the academic global health and publishing world.

  • Speaking Truth for the Healing of Nations
    Vol 5 No 1 (2018)
    Speaking Truth for the Healing of Nations

    A rebuttal to the article Should Evangelical Christian organizations support international family planning?  A report from Humanity 2.0 Conference on maternal health and the media. The gospel in African contexts.  An evaluation of a CHE intervention in Cambodia. International advocacy messaging for global nutrition. and more on medical education as mission. 

    "Three things are necessary for the salvation of man: to know what he ought to believe; to know what he ought to desire; and to know what he ought to do."  - Thomas Aquinas, Two Precepts of Charity, 1273

  • Christians and the Global Palliative Care Movement
    Vol 4 No 3 (2017)

    A profile of Christian faith-based responses to palliative care and end-of-life care from 3 continents, along with studies on FBO contributions to health care in Kenya, psychosocial disability, analysis of missionary recruitment, and ethical challenges of international family planning. 

  • The Global Church and Family Planning : Creative Collaboration
    Vol 4 No 2 (2017)

    A special issue focussing on both operational and ethical approaches to healthy timing and spacing of pregnancy, allong with several other articles on faith based partnerships and developing community health workers.

  • Supplement on health-related education, healing and sustainable development
    Vol 4 No 1 (2017)

    A supplemental issue related to global health clinical skills development and education, measuring clinical indicators in short term mission, and quality improvement in Tanzania.  Also the role of FBOs in endeavors for poverty alleviation along with conference reports. 

  • Educating for Health Globally and the Formative Years
    Vol 3 No 2 (2016)

    With a focus on healthcare worker development and medical education in LMICs - from distributing nuns as community health enablers for maternal-child health, to parish nurses integrating spiritualiy in the UK, to undergraduate health courses in Uganda, to brainstorming best practices in residency training in mission hospitals.  A review article on early childhood development and the impact on global development from a  Christian perspective.  

  • Sustainable Development and Human Flourishing
    Vol 3 No 1 (2016)
    With the advent of the Sustainable Development Goals, there is increasing recognition that religion and associated health institutions contribute positively to health in both theoretical and practical ways. This issue offers theological basis of sustainable development, highlights the ongoing relevance of the Tubingen declarations, addresses snake bites, clean water, cross-cultural worker development, networking, applied teleradiology, book a review and conference report from Indonesia. 

     

  • Disability, Rehabilitation and Human Value
    Vol 2 No 2 (2015)

    With 1 Billion people living with disabilities, 80% in LMICs, this issue is dedicated to global disability. We put forth an interdependence model of engagement with original articles on training for inclusiveness, adding social supports of friendship, a social model for collectivist societies, and some very moving accounts of people with and service to those with disabilities. 

  • Caring in Conflict, Paradigms and Health Systems
    Vol 2 No 1 (2015)

    Addressing healthcare in conflict, this issue focusses on refugees from the conflict in Iraq, violence in Kashmir, and family conflict and suicide risk in India. Also looking at health systems thinking for short-term missions, 20th Century health paradigm shifts, surgical care in India, and practical best practices for child health. 

  • Christian Impact in Global Health
    Vol 1 No 2 (2014)

    This second issue presents editorials on family planning & front-line workers, studies on diabetes managment in Jamaica, community health worker capacity building in Kenya, mobile surgical care in rural India, and networking for health capacity building in Kenya. Commentaries on USAID and FBO relations, and Christian influence in whole-person care. Stories from the field give a glimpse of care in the face of need.  

  • A Christian Approach to Global Health: Past, Present and Future
    Vol 1 No 1 (2014)

    This inaugural issue introduces the scope and purpose of the journal and addresses broad engagenent for global health, a history of medical missions and faith engagenent with the HIV pandemic, and book reviews.