God moves in mysterious ways, His wonders to perform! This month’s story is about one such mysterious move of God in supplying a need on the field. Rev. Mike, the principal of Josiah Bible College in Western Uganda, decided with the diocesan leadership to base his new college in a strategic location so that rural […]
The Covid-19 outbreak is a global phenomenon. Even small children can explain the virus graphic, although they cannot understand why their parents are keeping them from going out to meet their friends! Every CHE person is talking about how to prevent the disease. As I read through multiple reports, one story particularly caught my attention. […]
Medical Ambassadors is on the ground running with great CHE workers like Lia Veiga. Last week, Lia delivered food bags to 130 families in Cape Verde. Keeping in mind MAI’s holistic approach, her team included information about COVID-19 as well as flyers that spoke of spiritual and emotional topics. Although there is great need in […]
As we celebrate Mothers’ day, I cannot help remembering my own mother who went to be with the Lord a few years ago. She had lived a very comfortable and full life, and my siblings and I have very fond memories of her. She was loving and caring, and she often suffered from various medical […]
How do you find the balance between the proclamation and the demonstration of the gospel as we see in Colossians 3:17? This is the question Integral Mission (aka “holistic development”, aka “transformational development”) tries to answer and Ravi is an expert on the subject.
As we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus at Easter, we have a powerful story to share with you. A story of transformation and change where Tassy, the protagonist, was resurrected from darkness to light, and from death to become the inheritor of eternal life! As a practicer of Voodoo, Tassy was motivated to oppose the […]
At Medical Ambassadors International (MAI) we build relationships with the world’s most vulnerable people and together we work to heal communities both physically and spiritually. Many of the vulnerable people we serve are currently faced with the challenge of navigating COVID-19.
When insufficient income from the local coffee crops in a Ugandan village continued year after year, those who were able migrated to the cities. Only the poorer villagers, mostly households headed by women, were left behind. Miriam, our community hero for this month, was one of those who stayed. Miriam contacted the remaining people and […]
Penelope and her two younger sisters live in a tiny house built above their grandparents’ home in El Ejido, Dominican Republic. From the busy street below, the girls climb a narrow spiral staircase that opens onto a small landing, which enters into a living space where their mother has a beauty shop. In the shop […]
Mama Christine (as she is fondly referred to by her community) is raising her six children alone after she was widowed when devastation (perpetrated by rebels of a different faith) came to her community. Her traumatized neighbors wanted to flee from the area, but they didn’t have that option. “What will happen to us; where […]