Community Health Evangelism (CHE)
One of the best strategies for proclaiming the love of Jesus among the poor, CHE is being utilized by hundreds of Christian churches and organizations in over 125-countries around the world! CHE teaches local community leaders how to identify their own needs and how to mobilize the community to use local resources to achieve positive—sustainable—results. Lives and communities are transformed from the inside out as people come to Christ and work together to address local needs. Interactive, practical and life-changing, Equip’s one-week CHE course is an essential tool for sharing the gospel and transforming poor communities. Highly recommended for all short and long-term missionaries!
From a former CHE student
"CHE gave us the structure and materials we needed to address relevant issues in a way people enjoyed, engaged and that equipped then to make a difference. More than anything, it was a platform to work alongside Ugandan brothers and sisters to love people both with God's Word and loving deeds.
The CHE course is a great opportunity to learn from missionaries and health practitioners who have the wisdom that comes from experience.
It’s more than a method—it’s a way of thinking, decision making and educating that gives dignity to those you serve at every step, no matter how poor or vulnerable they are. It leads them to deeper trust in God’s provision, requires them to partake in His Kingdom work and equips them practically to make a difference at home and in the lives of their neighbors. It opens doors to minister to the deeper needs of the heart—the needs of the missionary, the family of God, and those who don’t know Jesus."
-Jeremy Boone, Uganda
Course Registration - CHE
course fee: $660
Includes course instruction, materials, comfortable housing and tasty meals. Our affordable fees are made possible by professional instructors who volunteer or raise their own support - that's how eager we are to share our expertise! Full Payment due with registration.
CHE Core values
Integration and Wholism
Commitment to the Poor and Marginalized
Local Ownership and Initiative
Multiplication and Movements
Christian Servant Leadership