The Bible, Evangelism & CHE

Evangelism is sharing the good news of The Gospel. There are many Bible verses that give believers insight into this privilege and responsibility.   Evangelism is telling what God has done. Bible Verse: “Give praise to the Lord, proclaim His name; make known among the nations what He has done, and proclaim that His name […]

MAI’s First Ever Ultra Short Film Competition

In the Summer of 2020, MAI launched our first ever Ultra Short Film Contest. This film contest was held for youth and young adults (ages 12-25) to “Capture the Brilliance of CHE” in 2 minutes or less. For this contest, MAI requested the participants to spotlight the CHE Core Value #2a LOCAL OWNERSHIP moving the viewer […]

The KEY to Life Change in Medical Missions

Medical missions have been around for a long time and have saved many lives. Although there are great things about Medical Missions, we believe that there is a more effective solution to helping communities around the world.  In this post, we will take you through: The History of Medical Missions The Pros and Cons of […]

Love Rekindled!

Valentine’s day is around the corner and everyone is talking about love. Whether it is “mushy” teenage love for a high school sweetheart or a more mature long-standing relationship, we know as we grow older that love is complicated! The Bible sets some pretty high standards for true love to live up to in 1 […]

The Widening Circle of Influence!

Happy New Year to you and your family. We pray that the New Year will bring new hope and blessings. Back in 2016, I had the chance to visit Uganda with John and Madelle Payne. I love visiting the field because it gives me an opportunity to personally meet some of God’s amazing heroes. We […]

Meet Carmalita

This year-end MAI has been highlighting our Woman By God’s Design Campaign to raise awareness and funds for women and girls in vulnerable and oppressed communities around the globe. Today, we are sharing about Southeast Asia. Did you know gender in Southeast Asia is the deciding factor concerning independence, ability to work, and even health? Southeast Asian countries, […]

Meet Bibiana

Dr. Bibiana MacLeod, M.D. went to Haiti from Argentina as a Missionary doctor, but it took four years for her to realize that people were still getting sick in their communities and she needed a different approach. Bibiana learned Community Health Evangelism (CHE) from Medical Ambassadors International (MAI). After working with MAI as a coordinator […]

Meet Sharon

In Ethiopia approximately 27 million people are living in poverty. Given the lack of access and control over resources and many discriminatory traditional customs, women comprise a majority of those living in absolute poverty.  According to the United Nations, 75% percent of women are illiterate. Even though primary education is being promoted, early marriage of […]

A Special Guest for Thanksgiving!

From all of us at Medical Ambassadors, we want to wish you and your family a Blessed Thanksgiving! This year, we are doing something exceptional for Thanksgiving. We are asking that you: Please reserve a place at your Thanksgiving table for a “virtual guest” as you celebrate with your family & friends. Your “virtual guest” is a […]

Meet Lia

Cape Verde is a country in West Africa. It’s made up of a region of islands collectively known as Macaronesia. Cape Verde has won a positive reputation in promoting what is considered the most stable democracy in Africa, a standard of living higher than most African nations, however, poverty is still a main problem and […]