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Nearly 70% of Americans Say This Common Budget Buster is a MAJOR Stressor

This week’s blog post is sponsored by Medi-Share, the affordable CHRISTIAN alternative to health insurance.

According to the American Psychological Association, two-thirds of Americans across all income levels say health insurance is a significant financial stressor.

That’s simply too high. Plus, for Christians, there is a worthy alternative: Medi-Share, a Christian health care sharing platform that has been around for almost 30 years. According to a recent survey by Medi-Share, only 20% of Christians in the US even know about Christian Health Care Sharing. Well, if you are in the dark, we are about to change that right now! )

Medi-Share is the affordable alternative to health insurance that saves Christians hundreds of dollars every single month. As a matter of fact, the typical family saves $500 or more per month on their health care costs when they switch from traditional insurance to Medi-Share.

See how much you can save by switching to Medi-Share!

As you can see, Medi-Share’s Christian Community is there for you when you need it the most… to help you pay for an expensive medical bill or pray for you during a difficult time. In the past year alone, over $1 billion dollars of medical bills were shared amongst Medi-Share’s community of 400,000 Christians!

PLUS, in addition to savings, every member of Medi-Share also receives access to:

  • UNLIMITED FREE Telehealth 24/7
  • UNLIMITED FREE Virtual Counseling Sessions
  • Nationwide PPO Network of Over 900k Doctors
  • No Annual Caps or Lifetime Limits

If you haven’t looked into Medi-Share yet, do consider whether it is a good fit for you and your family.

IMPORTANT NOTE: You can actually switch to Medi-Share at any time during the year.

Learn more about Medi-Share AND how you could start saving $500 or more dollars per month.

It literally takes two minutes to see how much you could save. You’ll be glad you did!

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