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Kingdom Come: Medicine and the Next 100 Years of Global Christianity

Kingdom Come: Medicine and the Next 100 Years of Global Christianity Medical missions is an effective door opener for the Gospel, historically and today. Is it possible for the Gospel to grow at the rate that it grew in the second and third centuries? This talk will focus on the why?...the how?...and the where? Session recorded on Friday, November 10th during Session Block #3 at 1:00 PM E...

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Hope in God's promises beyond the pain of Grief

Jeremiah 8:18 My grief is beyond healing; my heart is broken Session recorded on Friday, November 10th during Session Block #3 at 1:00 PM EST ; speaker: Tony Weedor Session webpage: https://www.medicalmissions.com/events/gmhc-2023/sessions/hope-in-gods-promises-beyond-the-pain-of-grief-2

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Seeing Jesus

In my journey, the Lord has taught me to share in Christ's sufferings and how fixing my eyes on Jesus has not only helped me serve Him differently but also how it has helped me see Him more fully and see His glory. In this session, you will be challenged to see Christ through the eyes of the writer of Hebrews. Discovering how we might remain fixed on him as we transform the way we see our c...

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Spiritual Warfare and the Mind: The Unseen Battle that Affects Your Walk and Service with the Lord

2 Cor. 10:4,5. Spiritual warfare is a reality that all Christians, and perhaps missionaries in particular, will encounter. However, not all spiritual battles involve open power encounters with forces of darkness. Though these may receive more attention the more pervasive conflict takes place in our minds. What is the example Paul uses? To gain spiritual victory in this one area would be worth l...

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Bridge Building for Christ’s Kingdom EXPANDED

There are tens of thousands of bridges all over the world. We cross them to get over to the other side. We often take them for granted and sometimes we marvel at them. The Great Commission of our Lord Jesus to take His Gospel into all the world is meant for everyone, without exception. But most believers hardly know where to start and how to effectively communicate His Truth with the lost. We c...

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Thriving in the Crucible of Cross-Cultural Community

The healthcare missionary team is more diverse than ever with national, ethnic, cultural, generational and educational differences becoming the norm in many, if not most healthcare mission settings. The success of national training programs has led to highly trained graduates who stay on with the team to serve and eventually participate in leadership. The priorities, needs, motivations, work ha...

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Intersection of Healthcare & International Trafficking in Persons in Refugee & Migrant Populations

As the number of refugees surges in the U.S. and around the globe, displaced persons and migrants are increasingly becoming victims of human trafficking. Healthcare professionals serving in either domestic, short or long-term missions can be instrumental in identifying victims and providing culturally relevant care to the exploited in vulnerable populations. Session recorded on Friday, Novem...

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Caring for the Whole Patient: Good Medicine for Patient and Professional?

Most Christian healthcare professionals and students recognize the value of whole person care in stateside and international settings. Yet such care might be one of the most complex challenges in healthcare today. How is done? When is it done? Is it ethical or legal? Can I pray with a patient? Share the gospel? And if so, how is all this done with limited time? We'll unravel these issues an...

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Exploring the Journey to Full-Time Missions: Agencies, Funding, Singles/Families, God’s Guidance

Hear healthcare missionaries share their journeys. In the first hour hear a panel of two docs and two nurses will your questions, as well these: - How do I find God’s guidance in the journey? - Why and how do I connect with a mentor or agency or team or training? - What about student loans, raising financial support? The second hour will be small discussion group with a missionary coa...

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Using procedural medicine to build relationships

Teaching medical procedures is one of the most "hands on" parts to medical education. We will be discussing the challenges about this topic, tips for success, and how to use our influence as medical educators to honor God. Session recorded on Friday, November 10th during Session Block #2 at 10:00 AM EST ; speaker: Andrew Posey; Jonathan Peters Session webpage: https://www.medica...

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