Why SMI? New jobs created a new need for health care

Kathryn Nielson

The growth of Katie Kimball’s businesses, KitchenStewardship.com and KidsCookRealFood.com, allowed her husband, Kristopher, to leave his corporate job three years ago and work from home as a computer programmer. This created the need for a different approach to their family’s health care.

“We knew quite a few other friends who had used some of the other health care sharing ministries,” she says. “When we looked into it, between the bottom-line cost and the way it worked, it was the right choice for us. We’ve been very happy with it.”

Part of the appeal of Samaritan Ministries is that it was “very aboveboard,” Katie says. 

Read more about Katie's work here.

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