M3 Co-Founder, Dr. Paul Osteen, was honored to join Hope Through Healing Hands in Washington, D.C. last week to advocate for global health and development funding to save the lives of mothers and children in developing countries. Click here to give one minute of your time to lend your voice to advocate for global health and development too!
Space is still available for two upcoming training courses presented by Christian Health Service Corps (CHSC). On July 26-31, they will host “Introduction to Disaster and Refugee Response: Sphere International Standards,” and on August 20-24, “Community Health Evangelism Training of Trainers1.”
For more information about these courses or to register, click here.
Christian Health Service Corps (CHSC) is a ministry of Christian doctors, health professionals and health educators serving the poor in places that have little or no access to healthcare. Each year, CHSC brings compassionate, life-saving health services to hundreds of thousands of families around the world. CHSC is dedicated to transforming the health of children and families in their communities. Click here to learn more about the work of Christian Health Service Corps.
We at M3 love to hear how our friends are doing in the mission field. Dr. Julian Swanson and his beautiful wife, Devyn, keep an active and informative blog that shares their journey in serving the people of Peru. Dr. Swanson recently wrote about a day in his life as a missionary doctor at the Hospital Diospi Suyana in Curahuasi, Peru. Click here to read it.
We encourage you to keep Julian and Devyn in your prayers as they continue to serve the Peruvian people.
On this 4th of July, International Justice Mission (IJM) would like to extend an invitation to all churches to learn about slavery and partner with them to end it. IJM has dedicated Sunday, September 23, 2018, as “Freedom Sunday.” It is a call to end slavery, and a way for your church to send rescue to every child, woman and man living in it. Click here to learn how you can help bring freedom to those who are trapped in slavery.