The 18.26 Network is a movement of committed Christian believers who use their vocational calling to expand God's kingdom. Like Aquila and Priscilla in Acts 18.26, we proclaim the way of God while living and working incarnationally in local communities around the globe.
By belonging to a network of like-minded believers it allows members to enjoy mutual encouragement, important accountability and an exchange of ideas about best-practices for vocational ministry. We encourage network members to take advantage of our peer-to-peer training, mentor/coaching and ministry location opportunities and services.
The 18.26 Network enjoys the benefit of the experience of traditional missionaries who promote vocational ministry in their local areas.
My calling is to use my water treatment training to provide clean drinking water to unreached people groups while also preaching the gospel. The name of the ministry is A Cup of Water International Inc. Our purpose is to go to the ends of the world sharing God’s love and using the provision of clean water to open people’s hearts to listen to the gospel.
ACH is the first mission hospital founded in 2015, whose mission is life giving hospital. ACH is specialized for hemodialysis and hospice clinic and has a plan to extend to general hospital with 300 beds and to become a training hospital.
Blessings International exists to heal the hurting globally and locally by providing life-saving pharmaceuticals, vitamins, and medical supplies to medical mission teams, permanent foreign clinics and hospitals, and U.S clinics; to build health communities by treating the poor and victims of endemic medical problems, outbreaks of disease, or overwhelming disasters; and to transform lives by actively demonstrating the love and compassion of Jesus Christ.
For 52 years the Christian Dental Society has encouraged, assisted, trained and equipped dental teams to help the under-resourced. As Christian dental providers, we aspire to share the good News of Jesus Christ, while serving others at home and abroad. The CDS is a national, non-profit organization, cooperating with all Christ-centered organizations, and is not controlled or governed by any denominational affiliation.
Equip International partners with missionaries to meet the needs of their communities. In our Missionary Medicine Intensive (MMI) course, students will gain the knowledge and hands-on experience to diagnose and treat illness and injury in remote locations. MMI is one of our most popular courses; attended by lay people, nurses and other healthcare providers. Utilizing clearly defined procedural techniques, students will leave with the skills to save lives and bring healing to hurting communities. The course will place special emphasis on tropical illnesses. Missionary Medicine for Physicians (MMP) shrinks this course to 5 days for the Physician, PA, and NP. We also offer Community Health Evangelism (CHE) that seamlessly integrates evangelism and discipleship with community health and development. Stop by our booth to learn more about Equip International!
<p>Global Dental Alliance (formerly Korean American Christian Dental Mission) was founded in 1995 by a group of dentists who wanted to utilize their profession for God’s glory by serving those at home and abroad</p>
Habibi International seeks to transform the lives of refugees and internal displaced persons (IDPs) in the Middle East with the love of Jesus Christ by providing humanitarian relief and sustainable development in partnership with local churches and NGOs.
Harvesting in Spanish opened a medical center in the country of El Salvador in October 2015. Currently we offer pediatrics, gynecology, and primary care; and also have an in-house pharmacy and clinical lab. We are working on developing other areas to open soon: Cervical colposcopy & cryotherapy, Dental, X-ray and Mammography, and out-patient surgery. The Shalom Family Medical Center exists to reach people with God's love and salvation through caring for their physical needs. Harvesting in Spanish has been working in the country of El Salvador since 1977 and also runs a home for orphaned and abandoned children, 2 Christian schools, a community feeding outreach, and Christian literature distribution.
Health Education Program For Developing Communities (HEPFDC)
Health Education Program For Developing Communities
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--Available in English, French, Hmong, Indonesian, Khmer, Mandarin, Russian and Spanish
--The HEPFDC is used by physicians and other healthcare providers, teachers, community health workers, pastors and churches in the U.S. and throughout the world.
--The WHO life-saving, evidence-based information integrates community health with primary care and is used at all levels of healthcare (Hospital, clinic, as well as community).
--It also enables the Church, regardless of size or resources (in the U.S. as well as developing countries) to re-assume its responsibilities for the provision of Biblically-based, holistic health and healing.
--Additional inks to participatory Lesson Plan and Picture Book versions developed by Global CHE Network assist Community Health Educators (CHEs) in implementing the participatory approach to learning.
--We have also been blessed with a grant for FREE HARD COPIES if left with developing community health educators. Please see our booth for additional information.
Established in September 2007 by Dr. Woojung Kim with support from Choongmu church, Hebron Medical Center is a Korean missionary hospital that provides appropriate medical assistance to the underprivileged Cambodian population. There are 8 doctors and 30 missionaries who work together with 90 full-time staff members. Hebron Medical Center has three major operation rooms, an intensive care unit, and 40 patient beds. We have grown to become a hospital where 50,000 outpatients and 1,000 inpatients are treated annually. We will continue to initiate long-term projects not only to provide immediate medical care but also to improve the quality of life for each patients.
HIS Foundation has over 25 year experience in sending short-term medical mission teams to provide free medical care for indigent patients. HIS Foundation provides training of local medical staff, donates medical equipment, wheelchairs, and builds hospital and clinics. Medical teams include orthopaedic surgery, plastic surgery, internal medicine, and rehabilitation. Main mission fields include China (Henan, Yunnan, Qinghai), Vietnam, and Madagascar.
<p>His Hands on Africa's (HHOA) mission is to bring the hope of Jesus to the suffering people of Africa by healing them and blessing them through Gospel-centered health care ministry, and by raising Christ-centered dentists through education and discipleship. In 2021, HHOA will be establishing the HOPE Dental Center, a state-of-the-art dental center and training institute in Kigali, Rwanda. HOPE Dental Center will be the foundation for a sustainable healthcare system which will extend out to the surrounding communities and remote villages to share the love of God and to provide care to the people who have no access to dental care. The trained dentists will also be discipled to be sent out to surrounding African nations as missionaries.</p>
The mission of His Healing Hands is to witness the Gospel of Jesus Christ to needy people of the developing world by demonstrating His love through disease treatment and prevention in partnership with indigenous evangelical Christian organizations that help guide our presence and activities and will provide continuing spiritual support for communities touched by His Healing Hands.
INMED is a global health training center, offering resources to equip healthcare professionals and students to serve the world's most forgotten people. Offerings include: • Self-Paced On-Line Courses in the major global health topics • Formal hybrid courses in both International Medicine and in Public Health • Service learning experience in both International Medicine and in Public Health in 25 nations •Credentialing via the Diploma in International Medicine (DIMPH) & International Public Health (DIPH) •The annual INMED Humanitarian Health Conference Please visit www.inmed.us
We in Interserve are shaped by our evangelical roots. Meaningful interaction about our Lord and actively expressed compassion define us and shape our vision. Our vision is to see individuals and communities transformed through their encounter with Jesus. We are educators, doctors, nurses, community development workers, administrators and more, serving in a variety of capacities in hospitals, clinics, community health programs, non-government organizations, schools, businesses, universities, seminaries, and churches. We seek to serve in locations and roles where we can make a real difference to the Unseen.
<p>The Leprosy Mission: Gospel for 100 million people in the whole world The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported that there are approximately 1,600 million people diagnosed with leprosy (Hansen) in the global village. At least 100 million people suffer from leprosy disease, including their families. Data published in 2014 show that a total 94 percent of leprosy cases were reported by 13 countries. India, Brazil and Indonesia were reported to have 81 percent of new leprosy cases among these countries.But now we have amazing news for you! Actually leprosy is a curable disease. In the past, a large number of Koreans were affected by leprosy. However, Christian sharing and serving achieved almost zero leprosy infection in 1991. We expect these miracles of Christ will go into all nation and preach the gospel throughout the whole world. The people that do know their God shall lead a miracle life. The IT Medical Mobilization (ITMM) is dreaming of the wholistic transformation of the Hansen community with the Community Health Evangelism (CHE) which can prevent and treat leprosy disease. We are not only treating and preventing leprosy through Care Bus which visits to the Hansen community of India(Bargur) and Indonesia(Sitanala), but also establishing a God’s kingdom by joining hands with the community leaders and local church leaders. We invite you all to come along for the Missional Life. Be good neighbors, friends and health care provider who can give complete recovery of those hidden leprosy people having poor spirits, because of our misconception and prejudice. * Care Bus: It is a mobile medical bus service which helps in finding leprosy (Hansen) patients from blind spots to cure and to provide patient inflow in a national regular treatment program.</p>
Los Angeles Christian Health Centers is a Federally Qualified Health Center providing medical, dental, mental health, substance use, optometry, and social services to the communities of Skid Row, Boyle Heights and Watts. Our mission is to show God's love by providing quality, comprehensive health services to the homeless and underserved. In 2017, we provided care to nearly 11,000 individuals through over 67,000 visits across our 2 full-time locations, our 13 satellite clinics, and our street medicine teams.
Medical Discipleship Training School/University of the Nations/YWAM Kona, Hi
Vision: It’s about more than just medicine. We believe that Jesus cares about and wants to heal the “whole person.” We desire to create a place where healthcare professionals, and those interesting in the medical field, can learn to use their skills and talents for His Kingdom, while also learning about and administering God’s heart for healing.
Our team at Mission Nation Travel understands the unique needs of mission planning.
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MTW is a missions sending organization with nearly 700 fulltime missionaries serving in nearly 80 countries. We want the gospel to spread throughout the world, the Church to grow, Satan's kingdom destroyed, and Christ's reign extended to the ends of the earth.
Through God’s grace we aim to see an indigenous biblical church movement in each people group of East Asia, evangelizing their own people and reaching out in mission to other peoples.
We serve Buddhists, Muslims, animists and atheists in both urban and rural settings from Mongolia in the north to Indonesia in the south, from Myanmar through China eastward through the Philippines … and many other places in the world where Asians now call home.
Pyongyang University of Science and Technology (PUST) was formally opened in the DPRK in 2010. PUST has three schools in operation: School of Electrical Engineering, School of International Finance and Management and School of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
In 2014, the DPRK government formally asked PUST to develop the School of Medicine as part of the PUST Division of Medical Sciences. The Division of Medical Sciences (DMS) will have 5 schools: School of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Public Health and Nursing.
The School of Medicine’s main mandate is to train DPRK medical students to become English proficient healthcare providers in the context of Western medicine. In doing so, our long term goal for the School of Medicine is to become an agent for progressive change in the DPRK healthcare system.
Many books and critics have expressed their opinion about the damage done by many short-term missions groups on local communities. Reciprocal Missions provides a healthy path forward. A path that will guide you into short-term missions that will be mutually beneficial for everyone involved, both ministry host and mission trip goer. Reciprocal Missions covers cultural sensitivity, building on the ground relationships with hosting organizations, and the nuts and bolts of both facilitating and hosting short-term mission teams. With a combined 45 years of experience, DJ Schuetze and Phil Steiner have collaborated to bring their experiences and expertise to this book, Reciprocal Missions: Short-Term Missions that Serve Everyone.
<p>The mission of World Christian Nursing Foundation (WCNF) is to follow God's commandment to spread the gospel of Christ throughout the world via nursing. We established our headquarters in Los Angeles, CA, on April 18, 1998. The foundation commits to following scripture and using our nursing skills for missionary work, service, and providing educational resources for the local and international communities.</p>
WEC is a family of more than 2,000 workers from over 50 nationalities,
serving in multi-cultural teams among more than 90 of the least evangelized people
groups. Our primary focus is to plant churches where there is no church.
Wheaton College Graduate School exists to form servant scholars and leaders through exceptional graduate programs for Christ and His Kingdom. Our vision is that God would transform the world through scholars and practitioners rooted in Christ and equipped for global leadership. The M.A. in Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership program at Wheaton College Graduate School seeks to prepare the next generation of humanitarian and disaster professionals to lead with faith and humility, utilize evidence-based practice, and serve the most vulnerable and the Church globally. It is the first graduate program to emphasize humanitarian AND disaster preparation with a focus on faith-driven leadership. Housed in the Humanitarian Disaster Institute, the country’s first faith-based academic disaster research center, it is one of the few M.A. programs in the country to truly teach global and interdisciplinary approaches to humanitarian and disaster assistance. The program is led by award-winning faculty, including recognitions from FEMA, American Psychological Association, Mutual of America, and Outreach magazine.
Paul and Joyce Shin are African missionaries serving people with leprosy who are spread throughout African nations. We are called to hear their cries and fulfill their spiritual and physical needs. Please pray for our mission to share God’s grace and love with leprosy patients who are suffering through extreme poverty and disease. Your partnership and continued prayers are greatly appreciated. Current ministries in Burundi, Africa include short term/long term medical teams from USA and Korea, children bible ministry, and gospel discipleship of local pastors and leaders. We are looking for medical health workers, teachers, students, young, and old to reach the world with God’s love.
YWAM Ships Kona exists to reach the most isolated and disadvantaged islands in the Pacific. We are looking for medical volunteers to come on board the m/v Pacific LInk and on our newest, the Liberty to bring hope to the isolated islands of Papua New Guinea. We rely on a global volunteer base to help provide basic health care.