"Welcome to Forgive for Health Ministries. We hope our ministry is able to encourage and enrich your life." - Magon Saunders, Founder
Our Value Statement: Healing all relationships for good!
Our Vision: People living free of unforgiveness and all its consequences.
Our Mission Statement: Helping people grow and thrive with a forgiving heart.
Matthew 6:14-15: "For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins." - GOD
for Health Ministries, Inc. exists to help all people to forgive. We offer
forgiveness assessments, workshops, conferences, retreats, books, courses, and
forgiveness circles, etc. to empower attendees to forgive those who have
transgressed against them. We work with
churches, other places of worship, hospitals, clinics, health systems, schools,
work sites, families, etc. to assess forgiveness levels and to use that
information to start the journey to healing and restoration. Forgive for Health
Ministries, Inc. and its leaders believe in whole-person care and recognize the
importance of healing the body, mind, soul, and spirit.
Incorporated in 2019, Forgive for Health Ministries works with willing individuals to heal all their relationships for good. We are committed to using all of our energy to work alongside God to restore health to his people.
Forgiveness and its healing power have been critical in the life of our founder who has faced abuse, abandonment, and a host of adverse childhood experiences, trauma, and other life-altering events. Yet, today, Dr. Saunders’s main desire is to help those who have experienced trauma to come into the light of forgiveness.
So, call us and let us help to heal all your relationships for good.
1. To encourage health care providers to assess the forgiveness levels of all patients and to refer them to appropriate “caring’’ professionals or ministries.
2. To help all individuals to forgive, so that they can live free from the shackles of unforgiveness.
3. To implement trauma-informed care in African Americans and other minorities, so that they can “thrive”, thereby reducing health disparities.
4. Work to build awareness and the evidence-base for addressing religion, education, food insecurity, transportation, and other social determinants of health.
5. Serve as a bridge between faith-communities and public health to improve population health.