Why Medical Ambassadors?
- If you had a child with a chronic illness—reoccurring parasites, for example, or diarrhea or diseases of malnutrition—which would you prefer? A medical center miles away with long lines, or the neighbor next door who teaches you what to do that not only treats the symptoms of disease but eliminates the causes. Which would you choose?
Read the recently published edition of Healing Lives: When Jesus Came to Town. Click here to read this edition.
CHE Curriculum Search Engine
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An Impossible Decision
Have you ever faced a decision that seemed impossible to make? We at Medical Ambassadors International (MAI) faced such a decision recently. For the past five years, our mission’s home office has been in rented space. Our wonderful, Christian landlord came with an offer in early December. Due to his need to offset some capital gains, he could sell us the building at a reduced price, if we could conclude the deal by December 31. Click here to keep reading.
Spreading Hope in 2014
I pray the New Year is bringing you hope, just as it is to Medical Ambassadors International (MAI). We all know that without God’s intervention we don’t see a lot of hope ahead. But with him, so much good can happen! I love telling you stories of what God has done in the lives of real people around the world. The following story brought hope as well as tears of joy to Dr. Marcia Nayak, who heads MAI’s Women’s Cycle of Life ministry.
Madame Philusma is a CHE trainer living and working in the village of Miniere, in the Northeast Department (state) of Haiti. Like many women in Haiti, Madame Philusma has experienced some very hard things. Click here to keep reading.