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Dealing with Trauma on the Field

By Kelly@medsend.org | June 24, 2024 |

MedSend alum Derek Webber and his family have been on the front lines of healthcare missions for over a decade. In those years of delivering compassionate, whole-person care to under-served patients in hospitals without adequate resources, Derek has had to learn how to keep his eyes focused on Jesus despite the pain he sees daily. …

MEDSEND HOSTS GLOBAL MEMBER CARE FORUM 

By Kelly@medsend.org | June 19, 2024 |

  Fort Mill, SC – As part of its commitment to the emotional, spiritual, and relational health of global healthcare missionaries MedSend recently convened the first Global Member Care Forum from June 11-13 in Charlotte, NC. The forum focused on bringing together mission sending organizations that send and support global healthcare missionaries to discuss models…

Dr. Shikuku Wants To Go Where Children Need Care

By Kelly@medsend.org | June 17, 2024 |

“MedSend… sponsor[ed] my residency and general orthopedics training in Kenya. I’d like to continue to extend just a huge thank you for making this possible. Not just the residency but also the fellowship that I’ve started. [The National Scholars Program] is a great way to reach out to many people who wouldn’t have otherwise been…

Book Sneak Peek: Stephen and Joy Yoon – Something Impossible

By Kelly@medsend.org | June 11, 2024 |

    Stephen and Joy Yoon Something Impossible   North Korea was not a country Stephen had ever considered. All his life he’d been taught that North Koreans were horrible, scary, even evil. In elementary school, North Koreans were depicted in their textbooks drawn with horns and tails. Stephen could not fathom North Korea as…

See How MedSend is Making a Difference

By Kelly@medsend.org | June 3, 2024 |

The advanced surgical training National Scholars receive from Grant Recipients and our partner organizations makes a real, tangible impact on the lives of patients today that transforms their futures. Your financial support of MedSend makes it possible for children like those in this video to live with renewed health and the knowledge that God sees…

Book Sneak Peek: Katherine Welch – Relentless

By Kelly@medsend.org | May 27, 2024 |

  KATHERINE WELCH   RELENTLESS     If there’s one word that describes Katherine Welch, it’s relentless. With a pixie-cut mop of unruly hair, kind blue eyes, and a ready smile, that word might not immediately spring to mind, but get her talking about the work she’s done for over two decades, and those bright eyes turn…

What Does it Take to be a Surgeon in the Congo?

By Kelly@medsend.org | May 20, 2024 |

The advanced medical training made possible through the MedSend National Scholars program is a vital tool in the effort to repair the vast global disparity in access to critical medical care. Your financial support means that young national doctors are equipped and available to treat underserved communities, especially in rural and politically unstable areas. National…

Podcast Episode Featuring MedSend CEO Rick Allen

By Kelly@medsend.org | May 16, 2024 |

  Missions Today is a 26-minute weekly program hosted by Christian radio veteran Collin Lambert that brings to life the stories and profiles of leaders on the front lines of global missions work. Click Here for a special episode featuring MedSend CEO Rick Allen!     ___________________ We are grateful for our compassionate family of…

We Help Them Go and Help Them Stay

By Kelly@medsend.org | May 14, 2024 |

MedSend has helped medical missionaries go to the field for over 30 years —and now we help keep them there by providing grants to access the spiritual, professional and relational support they need to thrive on the field.     “It’s hard to find the words to adequately express what my MedSend grant has meant to…

Love > Fear: How One Grant Recipient’s Ministry is Saving Mothers and Babies in a War-torn Country

By Kelly@medsend.org | May 6, 2024 |

It’s unthinkable.  There are places around the world right now where expectant mothers travel for days in a canoe in desperate search of medical help for their failing pregnancies. Their bodies racked with pain, their health threatened, and their unborn babies in danger, their only option is to risk their lives and set out on…

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Dealing with Trauma on the Field

MedSend alum Derek Webber and his family have been on the front lines of healthcare missions for over a decade. In those years of delivering compassionate, whole-person care to under-served patients in hospitals without adequate ...
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MEDSEND HOSTS GLOBAL MEMBER CARE FORUM 

  Fort Mill, SC - As part of its commitment to the emotional, spiritual, and relational health of global healthcare missionaries MedSend recently convened the first Global Member Care Forum from June 11-13 in Charlotte, ...
Read More

Dr. Shikuku Wants To Go Where Children Need Care

"MedSend... sponsor[ed] my residency and general orthopedics training in Kenya. I'd like to continue to extend just a huge thank you for making this possible. Not just the residency but also the fellowship that I've ...
Read More

Book Sneak Peek: Stephen and Joy Yoon – Something Impossible

    Stephen and Joy Yoon Something Impossible   North Korea was not a country Stephen had ever considered. All his life he’d been taught that North Koreans were horrible, scary, even evil. In elementary ...
Read More

See How MedSend is Making a Difference

The advanced surgical training National Scholars receive from Grant Recipients and our partner organizations makes a real, tangible impact on the lives of patients today that transforms their futures. Your financial support of MedSend makes ...
Read More

Book Sneak Peek: Katherine Welch – Relentless

  KATHERINE WELCH   RELENTLESS     If there’s one word that describes Katherine Welch, it’s relentless. With a pixie-cut mop of unruly hair, kind blue eyes, and a ready smile, that word might not immediately spring ...
Read More

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