Days Journey to Long Term Missions

October 16, 2020

And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, 18 may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ.   Ephesians 3:17-18                                                                                                        In September 2018, at Short Course, John and I first began exploring the option... Read More

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Remembering Thizbe

September 15, 2020

As CVM region reps, we are privileged to work with fantastic students from all the veterinary colleges in Canada, US, and the Caribbean. It is so special to watch them grow sometimes from even pre-vets, to veterinary students and then new DVM’s. While we try to develop relationship with as many students as possible, there... Read More

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Mariah’s Renewed Calling

July 30, 2020

Last summer, I had an amazing opportunity to travel to Honduras with a mission outreach team. I knew that while I was abroad, I wanted to be helping other people, but I also had great expectations for what God was going to do in my own life. God is faithful and as I went with... Read More

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Be like the Mangrove.

June 29, 2020

By: Dr. Julie Mosher As a native Floridian and an alumna of a marine biology lab, I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the mangrove tree as I think about being rooted in Christ. The mangrove tree has always been fascinating to me because of its beautifully intricate above ground root system. In order... Read More

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God is working all the time!

December 13, 2019

One of the great things about being a veterinarian is that we can use our veterinary skills to go places where we wouldn’t go otherwise. Drs. Paul and Barb O’Neill travelled to India to serve among the Gujjars, a nomadic people in Northern India. Paul and Barb write: We almost didn’t go…our intended destination was... Read More

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Missions do not just happen on mission trips.

November 15, 2019

By Jenna Noordenbos: Despite a drought during the rainy season, the Agalta valley, in its green and mountainous beauty, the people of many communities, and the animals scattered everywhere, revealed God’s grace and his infinite love. This past summer I spent two weeks with a great group of people working with Honduras Outreach Inc. Each... Read More

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How to Prepare for a Mission Trip: Travel Tips for Volunteers

September 13, 2019

CVM has quite a few volunteers signing up for short-term missions in the coming months. Before you head out into the world, you need to know how to prepare for a mission trip. Here are three things to do before you set off. Research Your Area Before the mission kicks off, do a bit of... Read More

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The Transformed Mind

September 6, 2019

Go ahead….grab a cup of coffee and sit a spell while you chew on what I am about to tell you.  It is not an easy topic to comprehend much less pen into words.  Until just recently, I did not even fully understand it and I am still discovering the truth that lies within Romans... Read More

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Work-Life Balance as a Veterinarian

August 30, 2019

There’s not enough time in a day to do everything–especially if you’re a veterinarian. Female veterinarians in particular are working part-time more often, discovering that work-life balance is critical for them to manage both their practice and their personal lives. Of course, as a veterinarian, you know that medicine waits for no one and pet emergencies don’t... Read More

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Back to School Tips for Veterinary Students

August 21, 2019

It’s that time of year again: school season! Between the stress of veterinary school and working your way through veterinary debt, going back to school can feel more like a stressful occasion than a cause for excitement. It’s also easy to lose track of your spiritual development while in school. After all, you’ve got exams and classes to... Read More

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