The Christian Noob (n00b)

born & raised Catholic, now going to a Presbyterian church & still learning

rants: being sick, good business

Having to take care of a sick child means to keep medical and/or related records on paper and/or digital formats. In order to get these records, there’s usually a payment involved to doctors and/or hospitals to obtain copies of my son‘s health information ($25 or a whole lot more).

It’s a disgusting shame that it’s all become a matter of money and no one seems to care for the sick and the dying like before. To make matters worse, it’ll only get worse with the new practices this federal government’s started to push. This general feeling might be the main reason why many Christians have opted for Bible-based medical-sharing plans/ministries to share bills (about $285 to $450 a month). It surely seems like people continue to lose faith in the whole American government system.

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