Entries by Anja@med-amb.org

No Way to Outrun God!

Last month we shared the story of Julia from Guatemala, and the amazing transformation she experienced when she encountered Christ and surrendered her life along with her husband to His amazing grace. This month’s story is about Sebastiana Miranda and her husband. When Sebastiana saw her friend Julia’s life change, she was initially fearful. Julia […]

But the greatest of these is love…

Last month, people around the world celebrated Valentine’s day. During this time people share gifts as expressions of love for one’s Valentine. In particular, chocolates and roses were in high demand. The apostle Paul’s letter to the Corinthians  (1 Cor. 13: 1-13) is a beautiful description of what love is. We came across a powerful […]

A New Year with New Hope!

Greetings from all of us here at Medical Ambassadors International. May this New Year be one full of hope and God’s presence for you and your family. We have a story from the Philippines of how in the face of adversity, CHE practitioners persisted to look for new avenues of hope, and how when one […]

You Are A Chosen People

Medical Ambassadors International wants to wish you and your family a Christ-centered and blessed Christmas. Our familiarity with the Christmas story from Luke 2:1-19 can easily obliterate the seriousness of what it means to be the “chosen ones”. Images of nativity plays put up by Sunday Schools and the cute roles played by different characters […]

A Guest for Thanksgiving

We want to extend to you and your family our best wishes for a happy and blessed Thanksgiving! Once again, this season we are offering a special guest card for you with information on a CHE worker whom you can include as a guest at your Thanksgiving celebration: Please reserve a place at your Thanksgiving table for […]

Service as unto the Lord

Often, we have been asked how we manage to get so much done with our limited resources. And our answer is simple: We have many amazing volunteers who work with us and help get the work done. MAI has a list of 18 volunteers who live close to our office in Salida, and they faithfully […]

Sometimes, You must go back…

September and the fall season are the time of year where parents have brought their children back to school, summer vacations are now memories and companies look back at the year and launch ways of ending the fiscal year in the black. Today we share the story of Musa (not his real name), who came […]

Building Family Relationships

As the months go by, it’s hard to realize that yet another difficult year is in its 8th month! On the other hand, it is yet another opportunity to help support our field staff and partners as they serve the communities that they have been called to serve. Our story is about Elizabeth from East […]

One More for His Kingdom!

He cares especially for the orphans and the abandoned! The following is an encouraging story from West Africa, about a young boy who was abandoned by his family because they assumed that his sickness meant he was cursed. Young Souleman survived because people in his community shared food with him. Then Souleman met a local […]

He Understands Our Pain and Sorrow!

Life is not always a bed of roses! The longer one has been around, the more one has experienced pain. However, isn’t it amazing that God intersperses our lives with joy and pain to help us cope with life more maturely? Last month, I shared a story from Guatemala about weaving. That story took me […]