The great American holiday, otherwise known as Thanksgiving, is this Thursday. Whether you celebrate with turkey and all the fixings or you’re more of a ham family, whether you spend your day serving at a local charity or watching the parade and football, we hope you enjoy a day full of reminiscing over old memories and the creation of new ones.
As you look around the table, don’t forget to take this opportunity to recall the many things you have to be thankful for. You might even want to take some time to invite everyone to share their answer or to offer a prayer of gratitude for God’s provision, grace, and mercy. Of course, we ought to practice gratitude in thought and action each day, but Thanksgiving Day is a great time to hit “reset” on that discipline.
Here at Liberty HealthShare, we have so much for which we are thankful. Believe it or not, you, our members make that list! We’re all so grateful to be part of this ministry’s mission and that wouldn’t be possible without you. We hope we also make the list of things you are thankful for this Thanksgiving. In fact, if membership with Liberty is a bright spot in your life, we want to encourage you to share your experience with your friends and family this week.
Healthcare is a constant topic of discussion these days, but if you’ve been a member for a while, you know that membership in Liberty is so much more than simply a way to handle medical costs. A conversation about helping others, Christian ministry, and living in community could just as easily lead to an opportunity to share your Liberty experience.
If your loved ones want to know more, you can have them visit our website for more information. If they are ready to discuss Liberty with a representative, visit your ShareBox, click Refer-a-Friend, and enter their information. If they enroll and remain a member for at least 60 days, we will send you a $100 Visa gift card as a thank you.
There are countless ways to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. No matter how you spend your time this Thursday, our wish for you is that you end the day full of good food, cherishing special memories, and reminded of all the good things you’ve been given. Know that we are giving thanks for you and for any opportunity to serve you and yours. From our family to yours, we want to send a very warm "Happy Thanksgiving."