Roadblocks to Missions: Part One

November 28, 2016

By: Dr. Brad Frye, Program Director and Latin America Director For the last 15 years I have had the privilege of walking with many people through the process of deciding if they are called to serve in overseas missions. For most it was not an easy journey as it often required taking steps toward a... Read More

Happy Thanksgiving!

November 24, 2016

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.

Road Less Traveled

November 21, 2016

By: Melissa White, CVM Fieldstaff serving in India These last couple months have been my most challenging since coming to India, and that’s saying a lot considering May I spent recovering from my broken arm during a record breaking heatwave in Delhi and July I spent most of my days trying to clean mold and... Read More

Reflections from the Field

November 17, 2016

Adam Chung, a 4th year vet student from the University of Pennsylvania, was given the opportunity to serve on his first short-term mission trip with CVM. Adam and his team spent a week working alongside Dr. Kelly Crowdis where he was able to gain some first hand mission experience and an understanding as to how... Read More

Rebuilding a Better and Stronger Haiti

November 14, 2016

By: Dr. Kelly Crowdis, CVM Field Staff serving in Haiti The only news in Haiti right now is Hurricane Matthew. On October 2 and 3 the radar showed that Matthew was coming, no one said much, another cyclone, no big deal. However, Matthew was a category 4 storm with 175 mile an hour winds. All... Read More

Finding the Balance

November 10, 2016

By: Dr. Devon Spencer As veterinarians we use ingenuity in the clinic every day, adapting what we do to fit a unique problem, patient, client or combination of all three. But when it comes to finding balance in our lives we tend to run out of unique solutions. Our work is very demanding but God... Read More

What am I Doing Here?

November 7, 2016

By: CVM Fieldstaff serving in India At some point along the way, every missionary has had a “What in the world am I doing here?” moment. Mine happened on my 30th birthday in the middle of a remote desert village that I’m fairly certain had a higher population of camels than people. I had been... Read More

Finding the Right First Job

November 3, 2016

By: Dr. Jordan Spears Searching for your first job after vet school can be a very stressful process. There is a lot of pressure to have the perfect job secured before you graduate. If you are a 4th year still in the job hunting process, I feel for you, I really do! It wasn’t long... Read More