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They received the same message from God.

Dr. Chris and Jane Palacas are a special couple who lead MAI’s ministry in Uganda. Their story below relates how God led them to start working in Uganda several decades ago. Even as they continue to serve the Lord in what is their third career, they serve Him faithfully with an impact across Uganda that […]

Africa / CHE / Health / Uncategorized

Collaborating with others in accomplishing God’s work.

Have you been on a team? Most of us have, perhaps for sports, or an academic or work project. What was your experience? Medical Ambassadors International (MAI) deeply believes in collaborating with others in accomplishing God’s work. We believe God’s plan for us all includes partnerships. He wants MAI to be players on his team, […]

CHE / Children

Ever feel frustrated?

Have you ever felt frustrated by the way some young people focus their abundant energy? Gang activities, drugs, alcohol, and, in general, creating a mess are problems worldwide. However, let me share a story that has a happier ending. A group of young people formed a youth Community Health Evangelism (CHE) group in Antique, one […]

Children / Prayer / Uncategorized

Prayer is Critical!

We often say it. Yet our actions do not always back up our words. PRAYER IS CRITICAL! It is essential to everything Medical Ambassadors International (MAI) does. In addition, it is crucial to everything you do. However, if you are like me, prayer is sometimes what I resort to when nothing else is working. Do […]

Muslim / Prayer

Partner: Satan or God?

It’s easy to get overly-familiar with the Easter story. Some of us—myself included—have heard it all our lives. We don’t appreciate the power of Jesus expressed in the resurrection or the impact his power has on those who hear the good news for the first time. Does that resonate with you? I find it extremely […]

Prayer

Hope in the New Year

Everybody talks about hope in the New Year, but perhaps it is hard to hope when you see worldwide trends like ISIS, terrorism, chronic political corruption, or anti-Christian sentiments. As I think back over the past seven years, a story of hope about Medical Ambassadors International (MAI) comes immediately to mind. In February 2009, few […]