Beth Larson shares how God spoke into her life through the Global Missions Health Conference.
How God can use your medical skills and talents overseas.
In the mid-20th century, surveys revealed that there were no known Christians in the eight central provinces (~2 million people) in Thailand, nor was there much modern medical care. Treatable diseases were going untreated in thousands of people.
How would a mid-career physician find “light for the next step” at the Global Mission Health Conference (GMHC)?
Having been adopted from China when I was young, I had a particular interest in the Asian population. I didn’t realize, however, that God would use a medical missions conference to fulfill my desire to serve others working in East Asia.
When I was a missionary kid in Thailand, there were not many single missionaries serving there. These single missionaries, however, had a significant impact on my life. I felt this impact not only in the personal care they offered me in the moment, but also in their equipping me to face a culture that seems to put more expectation and value on marriage than singleness.
Thank you for investing in the lives of unreached people throughout East Asia. Your faithful prayers are making a difference.
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