IM/Peds doc with two decades of developing incarnational primary care networks for low-income US communities and sending to the 10/40 Window
Main Building ED 214/215
Living "incarnationally" (among a culture different from your own), especially among marginalized people (the poor, immigrants, etc.) is a proven way to face your own cultural biases, muster courage, learn greater dependence on the Holy Spirit, and develop meaningful relationships with people very different from yourself. Besides being good for your soul, it's ideal preparation for international healthcare missions.