Leading Healthcare Sharing Programs

Providing Leading Healthcare Sharing Programs

Liberty HealthShare Empowers Members to Take Control of Their Health

Since 1995, Liberty HealthShare has equipped health-conscious individuals and families to make wise healthcare decisions. Our supportive community commits to bearing one another’s burdens in prayer, encouragement, and financial support.

By emphasizing good stewardship of our bodies and our healthcare spending, and providing helpful advice, we help our members stay in good health, budget for medical needs, and reduce the overwhelming complexity of navigating our nation’s current medical care system.

Clarity

We strive to bring clarity and offer an alternative to complicated and costly healthcare options. Our time-tested healthcare sharing programs make it easy to budget for medical costs, share medical needs, and grow in understanding of medical treatments and outcomes. With an easy-to-use, secure online portal and access to a wide range of helpful resources, Liberty HealthShare provides a simple yet powerful way to pay for medical care.

Transparency

We take our members’ trust seriously, committing to careful operational management and transparency. As a non-profit entity, our role is to help the Liberty HealthShare community manage medical costs efficiently. With minimal overhead and a commitment to streamlined processes, we take good stewardship seriously. In recent months, as our membership has grown quickly, we have prayerfully expanded our organization to provide more timely support, always guided by our commitment to keep costs low while providing significant value.

Confidence

We believe in the power of healthy communities. 

Our hundreds of thousands of members nationwide help keep costs low for our community, while enabling us to powerfully support and uplift those with medical needs. 

As one of the nation’s fastest-growing healthcare sharing programs, Liberty HealthShare offers a clear, secure solution that you and your family can trust.

Learn more about our healthcare sharing programs in our downloadable Decision Guide (PDF) »


Board of Directors

Larry Foster

Chief Executive Officer

Larry has many years of work experience in the corporate arena. He has led large organizations in direct sales, customer service centers, inbound sales centers, technical operations, and direct & indirect retail. Larry is a founding board member at Liberty HealthShare and has served on other non-profit boards of ministry. He is currently the lead speaking pastor at Velocity Church, which was founded in 2012. He has a heart for ministry and serving and looks forward to continuing with a heart of service as he assumes this role. He believes in the importance of a great company culture, in teamwork, and in a never-ending pursuit of excellence so our staff can be the very best at what they do.

Drudy Abel

Chief Operations Officer

Drudy was integral to the reorganization plan that launched Liberty HealthShare and is currently its Associate Director and Chief Operations Officer. She is responsible for Customer Relations, Operations, and Medical Bill Processing. Drudy began her career at the first ever medical cost-sharing group in 1985, where she managed a staff of over 50 medical bill processors. She also directed the technology conversion and installation of the first medical bill processing system by a cost-sharing ministry. Drudy transitioned to Liberty HealthShare in 2012.

Everett Yoder

Board Member

Everett was one of the founding members of Calvary Christian Fellowship Church in Paris, TN and is a current trustee. He took leadership of the church’s medical cost-sharing ministry in 1997. In 1991 Everett founded a flourishing outdoor power equipment sales company, 54 Lawn and Garden. Everett led the effort to secure recognition of Calvary HealthCare Sharing Ministry, Inc. by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in 2014, as well as uniting the sharing families of Calvary with Liberty HealthShare in 2014. Everett resides in Paris, TN with his wife, Elmina, and their 6 children.

Durlin Beachy

Board Member

Durlin has served in foreign missions on two different occasions, first during a four-year stint in Belize, Central America and then in Paraguay, South America for two years, where he taught at a local Christian school. He has served as chairman of a private Christian School and as Secretary for Mennonite Motorist Aid, a brotherhood sharing ministry. He is managing partner and CFO of Gibson Magerfield Edenali, a general contracting company in Charlottesville, VA.

Don Brewer

Board Member

Don spent 32 years working in the Department of Defense as a Supervisory Systems Analyst. He lead a team that wrote and later evaluated bids for the purchase of large main frame computers. At the same time he served as Senior Pastor of two growing Churches of the Nazarene. Upon retirement he has served as interim pastor for several churches. Don established and operates a show cattle operation. Don lives in Fortville, Indiana with his wife of 61 years, Carol. They have two daughters, 7 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren.

Ryan Mast

Board Member

Ryan has experience serving on a health care sharing ministry board, having served as an original board member of Anabaptist Healthshare. He also has spent time in mission work volunteering for over a year at an elderly care facility in Arkansas. His work experience includes sales and production managing in the building material industry and he is currently working in the online sales division for a storage building company. He also has experience working in the aviation industry and is a licensed commercial pilot. He lives with his wife and daughter in the Charlottesville, VA area.

Scot Burris

Board Member

Scot has an extensive career in executive leadership in corporate America, currently serving as Division Vice President with Terminix, a Servicemaster company. He has a strong background in running large, national operations including sales, service, customer support, and finance. Scot has a passion for serving and is also a board member with Freedom House, a drug dependency ministry in Indiana. He has also served on other non-profit boards. He currently volunteers time with the ministry team at Foursquare Church in New Castle, IN. Scot strongly supports the vision and mission of the Liberty HealthShare organization and is a strong advocate for healthcare sharing programs.