Fall Break Mission Trip Memories

Posted by Trevecca on Oct 18, 2017 3:54:28 PM

Friday Morning at 6 a.m., 11 Trevecca students and faculty loaded up and headed for the 13-hour trek to Orange, Texas, to serve those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Little did we all know, this would be a fall break filled with hours of hard work and sweet memories.

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Topics: Missions, Student Life

Amie's Miracle for Medical Missions

Posted by Robin Jewett on Sep 7, 2012 9:19:08 AM

“Last week, I thought I wasn’t going to be able to come to Trevecca, but God has provided in an awesome way,” Amie* relayed to me when I called her the week before classes started. As coordinator for the first year of the Physician Assistant Program, I phone students the week before orientation to answer any questions, and to ask how to pray for them.

I remembered Amie from months earlier, as I had been a part of her admissions interview team and heard of her calling as a young girl to be a missionary. Her Bible college education had been followed by raising money for the mission field by working as a certified nursing assistant. It was while working as a CNA that God began to clarify Amie’s call to both ministry and medicine. On the mission field in South America, God further clarified her vision to create a medical training program for medical missionaries, who would go back to serve their own people groups in South America, or even serve as medical missionaries in creative access countries.

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Topics: Medical Missions, Academics, Miraculous, Physicians Assistant Program, Missions, God providing

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