Articles relating to mission and ministries in the medical fields.
A week spent helping a team of eye doctors helped put mission into focus for one SIM UK couple serving in southern Ecuador.
For SIM UK member Ted Watts, there was one major item in his diary for the beginning of a new year: “Start PAACS”. Ted is…
Simon and Grace Stretton-Downes led a dental outreach in Liberia this summer – their biggest trip yet – treating patients who had endured pain for months, or even years.
Simon Stretton-Downes, serving long term in Liberia, is honoured with an OBE for services to dentistry in Africa.
The mines of Potosi in Bolivia are dark places, but SIM believes no one is beyond the reach of God…
Covid-19 might have seemed like a major roadblock to her plans, but new mission worker Kara never stopped trusting in God’s perfect timing.
Read how SIM is helping empower women in rural east Africa as workers share the gospel with a least-reached community, alongside compassionate healthcare.
SIM UK surgeon Ted Watts gives an update on exciting plans to ensure mission-centred medical ministry continues in Madagascar.
Fi McLachlan, Head of Christian Medical Fellowship Global, explains why there is still a need to raise health care personnel to go and serve in medical mission.
Your generous donations helped SIM come to the rescue of two rural hospitals in southern Africa during COVID-19.
Read how donations from supporters helped Serving In Mission protect the people of Egbe, Nigeria.
Read about The Good News Hospital in Madagascar’s exciting new vision to train Malagasy surgeons and secure its future.
Doctors Ted and Rachel Watts, along with their two young sons, are living in Mandritsara in northern Madagascar and serving with SIM UK at the…
Caring for those who are suffering is a unique opportunity to share the love and compassion of Jesus Christ.
SIM UK’s Dr Mikey Bryant, who is serving at the ELWA Hospital in Liberia, says God is his refuge and strength during the current coronavirus…