The 2021 M3 Conference is going virtual, and it will be FREE of charge to attend (registration is still required)!  Although the hosting platform is changing, the vision of the conference remains the same - to help people “connect with others, be inspired, and find their mission.”

Mobilizing Medical Missions

February 19-20, 2021

Connect with others. Be inspired. Find your mission.

“It’s like putting our 5 loaves and 2 fish in the hand of Jesus; it’s just amazing to see what happens,” says Paul Osteen, MD.

In this video, Dr. Osteen shares what a day is like serving at a mission hospital in Zambia, and he ends with this thought, “If you want to have a challenging life and if you want to have a rewarding and satisfying life, consider some part of being involved in medical missions around the globe. The needs are great, the opportunities are great, and the reward and satisfaction are quite unbelievable.” To find your mission, make plans to attend the annual Mobilizing Medical Missions (M3) Conference where you can visit with over 70 organizations that offer short-term and long-term opportunities to serve both locally and abroad.

Past M3 Speaker Joy Vonk’s Journey from Local to Global Missions in the Midst of a Pandemic

Written by Joy Vonk, MS, PA-C God’s hand over our life timelines is undeniable and this past year for me has been another clear reminder of His constant leading and preparation.  The last time I spoke at M3, I was working for the free faith-based Houston clinic, Casa...

Dr. Dennis Daniels: M3 Helps Train Up Next Gen of Healthcare Providers to Serve with Compassion Dr. Dennis Daniels serves as Professor and Director of Prairie View A&M University’s Undergraduate Medical Academy. Dr. Daniels is committed to helping train up the next generation of healthcare providers with the best skills and...

Medical Student Shinji Strain: Come to M3 and Your Heart Will Be Changed Shinji Strain, a medical student at UTMB Galveston, has been attending M3 since its inaugural year in 2016. Over the years, Sinji says he has learned a lot in terms of medicine and research and has also grown spiritually. M3 has made a...

Student Sara Pross Finds Her Mission at M3 As a young child, Sara Pross had a God-given dream to serve as a missionary in Africa. Although she didn’t know how or what that would look like, she tucked it away in her heart, only for it to later be ignited by the dying wish of her...

Have you Registered for Pre-Conference?

Are you a doctor, dentist, nurse practitioner, physician's assistant or nurse who wants to earn up to 6.5 continuing education credits?  You can do that in one day at M32020! We are offering a pre-conference workshop entitled, "Medical Missions 101 Gathering at...

M32020 Welcomes Dr. Kristin Long

Humanitarian work can be extraordinary, fulfilling and purpose-driven; and in many cases may provide a cure for the emotional exhaustion many us feel at home. On the other hand, the stress and demands of providing care in low-resource settings can also cause these...

M32020 Welcomes Dr. Jenny Eaton Dyer

M32020 Welcomes Dr. Jenny Eaton Dyer back to M32020.  She is the founder of The 2030 Collaborative. As such, she directs the Faith-Based Coalition for Healthy Mothers and Children Worldwide with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Faith-Based...

A Mission That Turned Into a Marriage

What started five years ago as a medical mission trip blossomed into a beautiful marriage for Scott and Brittany Temple. Scott, a nurse on the medical staff at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas, met his wife, Brittany, abroad on a Mercy Ships trip in West...

Woodlands Church and Houston’s First Sponsor M32020

The M3 conference wouldn’t be what it is without our amazing sponsors. We want to highlight and thank some of these sponsors today for teaming up with M3 this year. The Woodlands Church and Houston's First Baptist Church are both Platinum Sponsors. Sponsors’ financial...

The 2020 Mobilizing Medical Missions (M3) Conference was a success in many ways.

And, though we have experienced significant growth in the past five years, our vision for M3 remains the same – to help people “connect with others, be inspired, and find their mission.” The theme for the 2020 conference was “Can you see it?” based on the words of Jesus in John 4, “Open your eyes and take a good look at what’s right in front of you.”  Right now, this is what is in front of us: 830 mothers in low-resource communities die daily of childbirth related issues; 74 million people are displaced or refugees; 420 million children live in war zones; 5 billion people lack access to safe, affordable, and timely surgery; and nearly 2 billion people have no access to the Gospel. It’s easy to be overwhelmed by these statistics and numbers, but at M3 2020, we were able to bring these complicated issues into sharp focus and learned how God can use us to be part of the solution.

“With fear and trembling, I stepped out of my comfort zone to obey what I felt like God had placed in my heart and amazing things began to happen!”

-Paul Osteen, MD

Become a Sponsor

M3 is looking for organizations to partner financially to help support the vision of M3.

Become an Exhibitor

Exhibitors at M3 have the opportunity to connect their organization  with people interested in finding a place to serve in missions.

Become a Church Partner

Join other churches from various denominations that have come alongside the vision of the M3 Conference.