For many people the changing leaves and cooler weather of fall are reminders that the holidays are fast approaching. For the GO office, the fall weather means it’s time to attend the Global Missions Health Conference (GMHC)!
GMHC began in 1996 as a way to bring individuals and organizations interested in medical missions together. Since that time, GMHC has grown to be the largest conference of its kind, drawing over 2,000 attendees per year. The conference consists of four plenary sessions, hundreds of breakout sessions, and lots of exhibitors. During the plenary sessions, all attendees gather to worship and pray as well as learn from some of the top leaders in medical missions. Breakout sessions provide a more intimate setting for learning where participants can discuss current issues in medical missions with leaders in the field. During the exhibitor hours, students and medical professionals can connect with various mission agencies to learn about opportunities to use their skills glorifying God in the U.S. and abroad.
November 10th-12th, CURE will be at the conference in Louisville, Kentucky, as an exhibitor! We are excited to share with attendees the many ways they can partner with CURE through volunteering, full-time work, prayer, or community sponsorship. Each year we are encouraged and blessed to meet and worship with so many amazing people with a heart for serving God through medicine.
Are YOU going to GMHC? If so, stop by our booth, we would love to meet you!
Not sure? Visit http://www.medicalmissions.com/GMHC/Home.html for more information on the conference.
We hope to see you there!