The Coronary Health Improvement Program has undergone a complete refresh and has been relaunched as the Complete Health Improvement Project (CHIP). The new CHIP program is being relaunched by the church-owned food company Sanitarium Health and Wellbeing in Australia. The program, founded 25 years ago by Hans Diehl, has updated materials and a new co-presenter, Darren Morton (pictured here with Diehl), a physiologist from Avondale College. The program has been used extensively in North America and is an excellent community outreach for churches. “The new CHIP resource is phenomenal,” said Dr. Brian Will, medical doctor and CHIP leader in the Meadow Glade Church in Battle Ground, Wash. “It will be simpler to run, but will be more professional and will come across well in the community.” Read more about the new program at AdventistReview.org.