Interdisciplinary Mission Trips. Lessons from the mission field for community health Mary Chase-Ziolek, PhD, RN. Theology & Nursing: A Team. Collaborative Service for God’s Kingdom. Missiology Intercultural Studies Biblical Studies Knowing the Word Evangelism Spreading the Word.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Lessons from the mission field for community health
Mary Chase-Ziolek, PhD, RN
Oaxaca, Mexico August 2006
“I may have insight into the causes of poverty and have analyzed the structure of society.
I may have a degree in development economics and faith in the possibility of change, but if I do not have love in my heart for the people I serve I will be written off as just another expert who really knows nothing of the life of the poor.
I may live in the village of the slum amongst the people and give them all my goods, I may even die there of malnutrition or diarrhea, but if I do not do it with a loving spirit I might as well not have gone.
Love heals, cares, conquers and lasts through time and eternity. It is the world’s most precious gift – Give Love.”
Quoted in Best Practices for Short-Term Healthcare Missions, “Strengthening the Local Church”
Burkina Faso, October 2007 analyzed the structure of society.
North Park Seminary & Local Partners