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  • By: Dr. Fred VanGorkom, CVM Africa Regional Director And God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light.  God saw that the light was good and He separated the light from the darkness.  (Genesis 1:3,4) I stumbled a bit in the darkness, but never saw what caused me to trip.  It was dark—no moon, […] The post Light in the Darkness appeared first on CVM Blog.

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  • By: Dr. Ann MacCormac An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were filled with fear. But the angel said to them “Be not afraid …”     Luke 2:10 I read somewhere that the phrase “Do not be afraid” occurs around over 100 times in […] The post Do Not be Afraid appeared first on CVM Blog.

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  • We wanted to take the time to reflect on all that we are thankful for here at Christian Veterinary Mission, where our heart is to express Christ’s love through veterinary medicine. We are grateful for your continued partnership in prayer and financial support, as we serve the Lord together in ministry. This year we have […] The post Happy Thanksgiving! appeared first on CVM Blog.

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  • By: Dr. Gina Wintermantel “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.” –John 14:27 What does it mean to have peace, or to live in times of peace? There are many entries in […] The post Peace of Christ appeared first on CVM Blog.

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  • By: Stephen Cowden, E-Learning Coordinator When we face challenging situations, sometimes having the right resource makes all the difference. CVM loves to help veterinary professionals live out their faith through their vocation, and we’ve developed some outstanding training for short-term missions, long-term missions, and workplace ministry. You’ll find these on our e-learning site. But did […] T...

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  • By: Dr. Heidi Pulito A few months ago, I hit an all-time career low point.  I had a few cases that, despite my best efforts, did not turn out well. I cried out to God for Him to allow these patients to pull through, but they continued to worsen. I turned from asking for healing, […] The post The Yoke of Victory appeared first on CVM Blog.

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  • By: Dr. Dean A. Hendrickson I must admit that I am probably not a great example for what the “world” would call balanced. I spend more time with work that I probably should, I don’t pay as much attention to how my work is affecting my family, and I don’t spend enough time checking in […] The post Rejoicing in Imbalance appeared first on CVM Blog.

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  • By: Stephen Cowden, CVM E-Learning Coordinator Do you ever have those moments when the darkness of the world seems overwhelming? Do you know that helpless feeling when the loneliness, fear, and hatred in the world seem to negate the work of the peacemakers? Do you know those times when Jesus’ promise that he has conquered […] The post Do You Ever Have Those Moments? appeared first on CVM Blog.

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  • Rachel Henriquez, a veterinary student from the University of Florida was given the opportunity to serve on her first short-term trip with CVM in July to the Navajo. Rachel was kind enough to answer some questions for us! Q: Would you recommend going on this trip to a colleague? Rachel: Yes, it was a great […] The post Reflections from the Field appeared first on CVM Blog.

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  • By: Dr. Kelly Crowdis, CVM Fieldstaff serving in Haiti One of my primary purposes in going to Haiti was to train and help prepare vet professionals to go and help people in the countryside.  When I first arrived here in 2006, it was the biggest culture shock of all. I was assaulted by the crowds, […] The post How Beautiful the Mountains appeared first on CVM Blog.

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Christian Veterinary Mission
Christian Veterinary Mission
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  • The Christian Veterinary Mission Animal Impact Gift Guide provides a way to make a lasting impact transforming communities in livestock-based cultures. Our international staff use these funds to establish programs to meet the needs of those they serve through sustainable training, access to medicines, and instruction on proper animal husbandry and disease prevention.

Christian Veterinary Mission
Christian Veterinary Mission
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Christian Veterinary Mission
Christian Veterinary Mission
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  • Christian Veterinary Mission's annual theme for 2016 is Draw Near, based on the verse Hebrews 4:16. "Let us therefore draw near with confidence to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and may find grace to help in the time of need."

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  • We're humbled to see our dear friend Dr. Keith Flanagan remembered with the first annual John Keith Flanagan Memorial Vet Clinic in Haiti. Friends, veterinary colleagues and partners joined together in Dr. Keith's honor to plant trees and host the free rural clinic for local farmers. Music: "Losing Love" by Dexter Britain (http://www.dexterbritain.co.uk)

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  • Are you a 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year vet student who wants to explore what serving in long-term missions might be like for you after vet school?  If so, CVM invites you to apply for our Missions Apprenticeship Program. Are you a “missions-minded” vet student in your 2nd,  3rd or 4th year of vet school? […] The post CVM Apprenticeship Program appeared first on CVM Blog.

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Wild Sheep

  • By: Dr. Scott Houser, a veterinarian from Arizona who served on his first short-term trip to the Navajo with Dr. Bill Rishel this past July “What do you think? If a man owns a hundred sheep, and one of them wanders away, will he not leave the ninety-nine on the hills and go to look […] The post Wild Sheep appeared first on CVM Blog.

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  • By: Dr. Mary Ballenger, CVM Fieldstaff serving in Mongolia “Tell me more about God. You are telling me things I have never heard.” This was spoken by a Mongolian teenager who lives in the depths of the countryside in western Mongolia. And was spoken to one of our short-term workers who traveled 2 ½ days […] The post Serving in Mongolia appeared first on CVM Blog.

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