Where do our people suggest you might go for community health and health education; leadership and management; theology of work and mission; and tropical and international medical courses? Take a look.
Where would you find a curriculum to prepare healthcare workers who serve Christ cross-culturally? Here are some of the needed elements of preparation from the perspective of 100 active SIM medical missionaries.
A neurosurgeon discovers hope and healing in the face of a terminal diagnosis. Source: Cancer, Where Is Your Sting? | Christianity Today Such a helpful journey by a doctor who said, “We had assumed an onerous yoke, that of mortal responsibility.”
I’ve been talking about a lot of big ideas in these posts: how to share the love of Christ in healthcare ministry ‘over there.’ You may get the impression, “Hey, there are a lot of big ideas here. Am I competent to do this? How can I have enough confidence that I can make a … Continue reading Competence and confidence
Last week I wrote about a possible erosion of compassion in our healthcare service. Those of us in healthcare as a profession can be inundated with the suffering in this world. And beyond the physical aspects of suffering there is the question of meaning. Even more painful than suffering is to suffer something that … Continue reading The LORD, a God merciful and gracious
What would the resurrection have to do with the mission of the church? NT Wright makes a plea for us to connect the two. Our modern assumptions about life after death seem to disconnect the reality of life in this world and the next, but the Bible does just the opposite. “It has often been … Continue reading Surprised by Hope: Rethinking Heaven, the Resurrection and the Mission of the Church