VideosTeaching Videos

These videos are describing Community Health Evangelism (CHE) which is used globally in over 125 countries of the world in over 5000 villages by over 750 organizations  These are teaching videos describing ‘How CHE Works’ filmed for SaddleBack Church which used a different name then CHE, they called CHE  Community Development Training (CDT).

How Neighborhood Transformation Works

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Biblical Basis of Integrated Ministry: Neighborhood Transformation is a reflection of both Jesus great Commission and His great Commandment. We are to minister to our brothers and sisters on both the physical and spiritual level.

Understanding Relief and Development: Neighborhood Transformation focuses on teaching others how to do improvements, not doing it for them. This is the foundational point of Neighborhood Transformation. See this represented in a cool and easy to understand play call the "River Crossing" (click here).

Integrating the Physical and Spiritual: Neighborhood Transformation addresses the whole person - the physical and the spiritual, in an integrated and complete manner

Worldview and Development: Learn more about the philosophy of Worldview and Development used by Neighborhood Transformation through this video.

Principles of Sustainable Development: A key tenant of Neighborhood Transformation is its focus on sustainability by the local population. It runs on the power of the local people, not the outsider. It becomes integrated in the community.


CHE and Church Planting: Learn how new churches being started are a natural result of Neighborhood Transformation. Starting churches and growing churches are a natural result of Neighborhood Transformation.

Steps in Implementing a CHE Program: Get an overall view of the steps for starting a wholistic transformational ministry.

Asset Based Community Development in Guadalupe, Arizona


The River Crossing for STM

Below is the first in a series of "River Crossing" videos for use in facilitating a discussion with short term teams (and their hosts) about motives, relationships, and methods that contribute to long term impact.