Because we understand that there is no one-size-fits-all approach, we embrace a philosophy of care that focuses on the unique needs of the individual, the family, and the community. Under God, we also believe that you and your family have a right to determine what is best for your own health, a responsibility to educate yourselves about health matters as much as possible, and a right to factual information that will help you make informed, well-reasoned decisions.
Moreover, we believe that no government or other institution should be in a position to compel you to undergo treatments, take medicines or other substances, or submit to procedures that you, through your own research and discernment, have determined are not in your best interest.
To help accomplish this, we publish resources so you can make better-informed decisions about your health: maintain it, improve it if necessary, and restore it if it has been compromised through illness or injury. You can find those resources right here, posted on a regular basis in the form of videos, printable downloads, articles and other valuable updates. In particular, we want you to be better prepared to look after yourself and others in the event of a natural or man-made emergency, or in situations where a trip to the doctor’s office or the emergency room might not be an option.
Finally, we underscore our above mission tenets with CORAC’s core principles of defending the traditional values of faith, family, and freedom.
We look forward to connecting with you here on a regular basis; making strides together by encouraging each other to take better care of ourselves, our families and communities; and praying for all gathered under this banner.
May God bless all of us; and may He help us to acknowledge Him in our daily lives and in our work; take the next right step personally and professionally; and always be a sign of hope to those he puts in our path.