Medical

About Us

With millions suffering daily from preventable ailments, medical healing is one of the most urgent needs today. Through training and collaboration, the Medial Ministry of the World Olivet Assembly seeks promote good health and better access to healthcare in communities around the globe.

In addition, healthcare professionals work in increasingly complex and demanding environments today. They have access to treatments and therapies that were unimaginable one decade ago. But with these medical advancement comes the challenges of upholding Christ-centered values in the work place for healthcare professionals.

The Medical Ministry of the World Olivet Assembly is a forum for healthcare professionals to reflect on the distinctive of Christ-centered medicine. Following the example of love and healing of Jesus Christ, the Medical Ministry hopes to equip medical personnel to become the channel for spreading the Gospel.

Purpose

The Medial Ministry of the World Olivet Assembly exists as a forum for healthcare professionals who strive to practice compassionate healing following the great example of Jesus Christ. Through seminars, retreats, and prayer circles, the Medical Ministry equips healthcare professionals to understand and to practice Christ-centered medicine.

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Events
  • 22
    Dec
    Australia National Retreat in Melbourne

    Australia National Retreat in Melbourne

  • 22
    Dec
    OTM Winter Camp in San Francisco

    OTM Winter Camp in San Francisco

  • 20
    Dec
    Southeast Asia Christmas Retreat in Kuala Lumpur

    Southeast Asia Christmas Retreat in Kuala Lumpur

Devotion

We delude ourselves when we try to turn our just punishments into a cross and rejoice over that for which we should rather repent. 'For what glory is it, if, when ye be buffeted for your faults, ye shall take it patiently' But if, when ye do well, and suffer for it, ye take it patiently, this is acceptable with God? (1 Peter 2:20). The cross is always in the way of righteousness. We feel the pain of the cross only when we suffer for Christ's sake by our own willing choice.

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