“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.
In this video, Sarah Weber, a medical student at McGovern Medical School, shares how M3 reignited that spark in her to serve in medical missions. While on a mission trip in the Amazon, she saw how God uses medicine to open doors. Sarah says that “during medical school, it’s easy to get distracted with your studies and there’s a lot of emphasis on furthering ‘yourself,’ but M3 has brought me back to those roots of wanting to serve God and serve others through medicine.”
Sarah encourages others to attend M3 to hear from God in a new and fresh way to encourage you in your journey.
The 2022 M3 Conference is set for February 18-19. Click here to register today and save $10 off of the early bird rate with code: 2022M3TAKETEN.
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 science without sacrificing compassion for humankind. In this video, Dr. Daniels shares how M3 plays an integral role in the compassion component of their training.