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Can you help me get more faith?

By medsendmarcomm / June 1, 2018 / 0 Comments

Dr. J. T.* was running late, and had a long to-do list. His wife was shopping at the local market, and couldn’t carry all of her purchases back to their home (in Asia), so, Dr. J. T. departed in their car, prepared to make a quick trip. When he arrived at the market, he encountered…

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MedSend News – 5.1.2018 – Rick Allen on Vocal Point Radio Show

By medsenddev / May 1, 2018 / Comments Off on MedSend News – 5.1.2018 – Rick Allen on Vocal Point Radio Show

MedSend’s Rick Allen Makes Appearance on Vocal Point Radio Show May 1, 2018– MedSend’s president and CEO, Rick Allen, will make an appearance this week on the Vocal Point radio show, broadcasted by GraceNetRadio.com. Allen joins Vocal Point host Jerry Newcombe to discuss the work of the MedSend ministry, and the more than 25 year…

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MedSend News

By medsenddev / April 30, 2018 / Comments Off on MedSend News

MedSend Releases 2017 Annual Report  Healthcare mission support organization concludes milestone year in 2017  April 30, 2018– STRATFORD, CT –MedSend, a non-profit ministry today announced the release of its 2017 Annual Report. The report details the ministry’s impact during its milestone 25th anniversary year. Notably, the ministry announced that it had approved its 650th grant…

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MedSend 2017 Annual Report

By medsenddev / April 23, 2018 / Comments Off on MedSend 2017 Annual Report

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A Milestone Year of Growth and God’s Goodness

By medsenddev / April 11, 2018 / Comments Off on A Milestone Year of Growth and God’s Goodness

How will you partner with us this year?

Read our Annual Report

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When God Calls

By medsenddev / February 14, 2018 / Comments Off on When God Calls

The Calling: Stephanie’s Story “[In Sudan], I was in the middle of testing a four-year-old patient’s hearing when it hit me that his profound hearing loss would keep him from hearing the gospel,” Stephanie recalls. “He lives in a place where there is not an opportunity for him to learn sign language and certainly no…

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A Founder’s Legacy

By medsenddev / February 1, 2018 / Comments Off on A Founder’s Legacy

“The memory of the righteous is a blessing.” Proverbs 10:23

Remembering Dr. David Topazian

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MedSend Founder is with the Lord

By medsenddev / January 5, 2018 / Comments Off on MedSend Founder is with the Lord

By Rick Allen, MedSend President & CEO We are deeply saddened to begin the New Year by reporting that MedSend co-founder Dr. David S. Topazian passed from this life on December 29, 2017. A distinguished oral surgeon who frequently volunteered on medical missions throughout the world, Dr. Topazian also served as a leader in his…

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In Tribute to Dr. Topazian

By medsenddev / January 3, 2018 / Comments Off on In Tribute to Dr. Topazian

Dave Topazian touched so many lives. We invite you to share your thoughts, recollections and stories about him by completing this form. Submissions will be published on MedSend’s website.  Thank you!   [contact-form to=”info@medsend.org” subject=”My Tribute to Dr. Topazian”][contact-field label=”Name” type=”name” required=”1″ /][contact-field label=”Email” type=”email” required=”1″ /][contact-field label=”Message” type=”textarea” /][contact-field label=”Are you serving or living…

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Pitching Our Tent

By medsenddev / December 25, 2017 / 1 Comment

By Jason Como, MD “The Word became flesh and made his dwelling (pitched His tent) among us.” John 1:14 I was running through the dusty outskirts of town at six this morning when I ran past a “konme” (Haitian grandmother) carrying something on her head when she burst out laughing at me. I was at…

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God Never Fails.

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Walking alongside our patients

*MedSend Grant Recipients Drs. Jared and Jenny Brockington, now serving in Kenya, share how healthcare changes lives and communities. Charity was born to a first-time mom with HIV. Normally, that one statement is enough to make ...
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Following in Jesus’ footsteps

I was very inspired by MedSend grant recipients Jane Weaver, MD, and Andrew and Stephanie (MD) Ongukas’ deep love for the people they minister to. When I asked Stephanie how she felt about beginning her ...
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2018 Healthcare Missions Leadership Summit

September 5-7, 2018 SIM USA Headquarters Charlotte, NC The invitation-only Summit is a strategic meeting of healthcare missions leaders. It is intentionally designed to foster communication and collaboration among those with responsibility for running global ...
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