Strategy vs. Urgency in Missions: Let Love Be the Driver

Strategy vs. Urgency in Missions: Let Love Be the Driver

WHAT SHOULD WE BE URGENT ABOUT IN MISSIONS? Much of missionary work is centered around urgency. Often there are truly urgent needs: no clean water, failing health systems and epidemics, vulnerable and abused people to be advocated for. At this moment, the coronavirus pandemic certainly qualifies for one of those urgent needs. Apart from concrete […]

By Daniel & Bethany Robbins on August 26, 2020

Our Journey into Medical Missions – Jericho Bell

Our Journey into Medical Missions – Jericho Bell

  From a very young age, my husband, Eric, and I both had a desire and sensed a call to serve in medical missions. But we just didn’t know how to go. I would literally just Google “medical missions” from time to time to see if I could find any potential leads. But, eventually, someone […]

By Jericho & Eric Bell on August 25, 2020

Faith and Medicine in Action – Eric McLaughlin

Faith and Medicine in Action – Eric McLaughlin

Last night, my wife Rachel and I stood together in our kitchen here in rural Burundi, putting dinner leftovers away. Though we have both worked as medical missionaries in Africa for over ten years – 2020 has been a particular challenge. In addition to the same pandemic challenges that the whole world has been experiencing, […]

By Eric McLaughlin on August 21, 2020