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  • The Joy of the Lord is My Strength
    By: Dr. Adrian Gammon Nehemiah said, “Go and enjoy choice food and sweet drinks, and send some to those who have nothing prepared. This day is sacred to our Lord. Do not grieve, for the joy of the LORD is your strength.” -Nehemiah 8:10 NIV I’ve often thought of God’s power being my strength, or […] The post The Joy of the Lord is My Strength appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Prayer Changes Everything
    By: Dr. Julie Henderson, CVM Associate There was also a prophet, Anna, the daughter of Penuel, of the tribe of Asher. She was very old; she had lived with her husband seven years after her marriage, and then was a widow until she was eighty-four. She never left the temple but worshiped night and day, fasting and […] The post Prayer Changes Everything appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Reflections from the Field
    Melanie Thompson, a veterinary student from the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, was given the opportunity to serve on her first short-term trip with CVM to India where she served with India Gospel League. Melanie was kind enough to answer some questions for us! Q: What did you learn about missions during your time […] The post Reflections from the Field appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Peace
    By: Dr. Kit Flowers, CVM President “How lovely on the mountains are the feet of him who brings good news, who announces peace and brings good news of happiness, who announces salvation, and says to Zion, “Your God reigns!”  Isaiah 52:7 Each July we start a new fiscal year here at Christian Veterinary Mission (CVM).   […] The post Peace appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Choosing Joy
    By: Dr. Denise Thagard, long-term candidate currently raising support to serve in the Central African Republic  “Always be full of joy in the Lord. I say it again—rejoice!” I don’t know about you, but I haven’t always responded well to commands, especially when I was little. I loved doing things for my mom—I remember cleaning […] The post Choosing Joy appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • The Glorification of Being Busy
    By: Dr. Melissa Cheeks, CVM North Central Region Representative “We hear that some among you are idle and disruptive. They are not busy; they are busybodies.” (2 Thessalonians 3:11) Sometimes the Bible speaks so directly! That verse in 2 Thessalonians hit me today. The most common question I get in the summer is, “So is […] The post The Glorification of Being Busy appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Is Jesus Enough?
    By: Dr. Fred Van Gorkom, Africa Regional Director Is Jesus enough? God had given peace in the land, and Joshua was getting old, so he called all the leaders of Israel together and challenged them.  It’s the same challenge for us today. Serve the Lord!  Otherwise, choose who you are going to serve—whether the gods […] The post Is Jesus Enough? appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Consider it all Joy
    By: Dr. Kit Flowers, CVM President “Consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance. And let endurance have its perfect result, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing.”  –James 1:2-4 As I write this, my life is in a good […] The post Consider it all Joy appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Reflections from the Field
    Rebecca Chant, a veterinary student from the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, was given the opportunity to serve on her first short-term trip with CVM to India to serve with India Gospel League. Rebecca was kind enough to answer some questions for us!Q: What did you learn about missions during your time of short-term […] The post Reflections from the Field appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Trauma of 3rd Grade Math
    By: Dr. Troy Sammons Kate our middle daughter is currently a homeschooling third grader, her sisters and her are diligent students, most of the time, but there is the occasional time where dad, the “pinch hitter” teacher, needs to look over the math worksheets to make sure that I am keeping up what’s going on.   […] The post Trauma of 3rd Grade Math appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • 350 CVMers are already online…Are you?
    By: Stephen Cowden, CVM E-Learning Coordinator CVM works hard to help veterinary professionals live out their faith through their vocation, both at home and on the mission field. We’re excited to develop interactive and informative online training for U.S-based vet professionals, short-term volunteers, and long-term fieldstaff and candidates. If you are part of one of […] The post 350 CVMers are a...
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  • Internal Peace in the Midst of Chaos
    By: Dr. Melissa Cheeks, CVM North Central Region Representative When is the last time you felt at peace? In different seasons of life, being at peace has meant different things, but as Americans, I think we typically define peace as a time of rest. I can think to this past weekend when I spent time […] The post Internal Peace in the Midst of Chaos appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Ever Changing Joy, Never Changing God
    By: Dr. Suzanne Laidlaw We all remember the moment the acceptance letter came.  We could finally say “I am a veterinary student!” And then one day, a veterinarian.  All the studying, volunteer hours, jobs and worrying had finally paid off.  For many of us, the feeling of joy that we felt in that moment is […] The post Ever Changing Joy, Never Changing God appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • What Do you Take for Granted?
    By: Roy Thagard, long-term candidate currently raising support to serve with his wife Denise and daughter Abby in CAR. Life as an Agriculture Worker:  What do you take for granted? Spring has always been my most favorite time of year.  This season brings nice weather (I don’t like the cold!), and signs of life everywhere […] The post What Do you Take for Granted? appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Three Spiritual Worldviews
    By: Dr. Karen Stoufer, CVM Asia and Training Director In my work with training veterinary professionals to serve cross-culturally, I have been learning more about the three dominant spiritual worldviews in today’s world. There are guilt-innocence cultures, fear-power cultures and honor-shame cultures. Guilt is about WHAT you do and guilt-based cultures are mainly found in […] The post Three Spirit...
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  • The Joy Within
    By: Dr. Glenn Gaines, CVM South Central Region Representative When I was serving long-term in Mongolia with Christian Veterinary Mission, I had the opportunity to go and watch some cardiologists from the U.S. do heart surgery on Mongolian children. They would come to Ulaanbaatar once a year and change the health of young lives that […] The post The Joy Within appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Your Call is Your Own
    By: Dr. Ruth Lacey Everyone’s calling is different, and every missionary’s calling varies from the other. My calling to missions involves a bit of a process. I’d like to share some of that story, since few of you have heard it: I think the first time I considered being a missionary was when I was […] The post Your Call is Your Own appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • In Times of Unbridled Joy
    By: Dr. Kit Flowers, CVM Executive Director “Rejoice in the Lord always, again I will say, rejoice!” Philippians 4:4 When I read this and other verses in the Bible connected with the word joy, I almost always contextualize this command as a charge for when we walk through difficult or challenging circumstances. Yet when we […] The post In Times of Unbridled Joy appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Like No Other god
    By: Dr. Suzanne Laidlaw If someone were to ask me what the clinical veterinarian really does; I would answer that we build relationships. The love of animals is not enough to be a clinical veterinarian, it has to involve the love of people as well. When I wake each day, I know I am going […] The post Like No Other god appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • God’s Glory
    By: Dr. Rebecca Quam “…To Him be the glory both now and forever. Amen.” II Peter 3:18 On the human side of things, people tend to receive glory in one of three ways: their position (a president or king), their character (a good man), or their accomplishments (winner of a race).  Scripture indicates all three […] The post God’s Glory appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • What’s Stealing Your Joy?
    By: Dr. Lauren Charles, CVM Southeastern Region Representative What’s Stealing Your Joy?  For almost a year, I’ve been talking to students, techs, and vets about what’s stealing their joy. It’s probably not a question you ask yourself regularly, but maybe we should. There are so many things, often little frustrations that add up, and other […] The post What’s Stealing Your Joy? appeared first on C...
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  • The Difference between Mercy and Grace
    By: Dr. Gina Wintermantel, Affiliate Ministry Director How wonderful it is that we have an approachable God! We can go directly to Him with confidence – because of our relationship with Christ. Not because we are worthy. Not because of our good works. Not because we know the Bible. Not because we are great teachers […] The post The Difference between Mercy and Grace appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Good and Faithful Servant
    By: Dr. Kit Flowers, CVM Executive Director We thank our Lord for the amazing gift of the life and example of Dr. Leroy Dorminy, Christian Veterinary Mission Founder and Director Emeritus. His passion, vision, and obedience launched a movement of God’s people serving through the profession of veterinary medicine to demonstrate the good news of […] The post Good and Faithful Servant appeared first ...
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  • Approaching God
    By: Dr. Glenn Gaines, CVM South Central Region Representative Approaching God is an enormous blessing that Christians have. To be able to go to the Lord of this world is such an indescribable privilege that we may sometimes take for granted. Jesus tells us to revere God in the Lord’s prayer. God is holy, the […] The post Approaching God appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Being on Mission
    By: Dr. Emiko Van Wie Are you on a mission? Maybe you are on a mission to finish the work week alive! Maybe your mission is to solve the case that’s been mystifying you for days, to cure that pet of a disease that’s been plaguing it for months, or to impress a boss who […] The post Being on Mission appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Social Media and Short-term Missions
    By: Tracy Rubstello, CVM Short-term Missions Coordinator In earlier days of missions, waving goodbye at the dock and sailing to the other side of the world meant you might never see your loved ones again. Thanks to technological advances, however, isolation from home is no longer a given when serving in missions. Social media platforms such as […] The post Social Media and Short-term Missions appe...
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  • Let Us Then
    By: CVM Missions Mobilization Coordinator “Let us then approach the throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need.” – Hebrews 4:16 NIV So how does one confidently approach God’s Throne of Grace? It is a good question. One that can be […] The post Let Us Then appeared first on CVM Blog.
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  • Veterinary Training Materials and Resources
    By: Dr. Karen Stoufer, CVM Director of Training and Asia Regional Director “The righteous care for the needs of their animals.”   Proverbs 12:10 (NIV) In addition to the sending of veterinarians and veterinary technicians to share the gospel around the world by building bridges of relationship through veterinary medicine, we also provide training materials and […] The post Veterinary Training Mate...

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