I am a Latter Day Saint and self employed contractor. I have belonged to Christian Healthcare Ministries for 3 years. This could be another option. https://www.chministries.org/
They have a right as a private religious organization, to determine the criteria for who joins. The only part I have a problem with is that they weren't up front about it when the family originally signed up. Welcome to the world of religious freedom!
The original article demonstrates the Samaritan organization is having to comply with the Affordable Care Act, and isn't willing to stand up to the ACA standards and/or changes. The ACA shouldn't have any say in religious beliefs, in my opinion.
I think that Stephen E. Robinson's book "Are Mormons Christians?" has the answers to all of "Christian Health Care" objections.It would take to long to clarify their objections here.So I would recommend the book to make a clear statement back to them.
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