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How can $1 turn to $16 and lead to $4 Million in Services to the Poor?

Posted on September 2, 2014 in General Ministry, Management, MMI, Patient Stories, Programs, Volunteering | 0 comments

How can $1 turn to $16 and lead to $4 Million in Services to the Poor?

Medical Ministry International was extremely blessed last week to have multiple donors pledge $250,000 to the ministry for a Challenge Match.  What is a Challenge Match?  It’s people willing to match your donation up and until $250,000 is reached.  Can you say, Wow!  The great news is that anyone, anywhere, can donate to the General Fund of the international organization and double the amazing impact that the ministry currently realizes.

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Sweet $ixteen Challenge!

Posted on August 27, 2014 in General Ministry, Management, MMI, Patient Stories, Programs, Volunteering | 1 comment

Sweet $ixteen Challenge!

When has $1 ever equaled $8?

Better yet, when has $1 ever equaled $16?

Your elementary math teacher would probably shake her head with a quick, “Never!” right about now, but today, $1 does equal $16!

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Reality of Life

Posted on August 24, 2014 in General Ministry, MMI | 0 comments

Reality of Life

A very dear friend of mine lost his Mother today after a battle with cancer. This hits very close to home for me as I lost my Dad at the age of 62 to this dreaded disease. No one can explain the pain of losing your parent ever, but especially so early in life. That being said, I do believe it is a lesson that God provided to help me come to realize how precious each moment you have on this earth really is.

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Small Victory in Battle for Lives

Posted on August 21, 2014 in General Ministry, MMI, Programs, Volunteering | 0 comments

Small Victory in Battle for Lives

There was a small victory related to the ebola crisis when Dr. Kent Brantly was released from Emory Hospital.  We are all thrilled that the prayers and heroic work being done by the team in Atlanta were able to stabilize the situation and reverse the course of the disease.  The bad news is that the news is not good in relation to the people of West Africa.  The Ebola crisis continues to grow, and there are no signs of it becoming controlled anytime in the future.

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