Published on 01/14/2015 |
From a pastoral perspective, I can only hope and pray that what happened at the AMEN conference will spread throughout all our churches and institutions. AMEN is preparing the way for Jesus to come! Praise God for His healing hands, manifesting their power through medical missionaries who are uniting in the demonstration of pure, unconditional love!
– Steven Binus, Associate Pastor, Kurtistown SDA (in Hawaii)
“To hear physician after physician stand up and relate the trials and triumphs of sharing their faith with patients was truly inspiring. I left the conference armed with practical ways to integrate faith and medicine both now as a medical student and as a future doctor.”
– Matt Hartman, Fourth Year Medical Student
“AMEN has inspired me to use my medical career to reach souls for eternity. I was challenged by Dr. Eric and Rachel Nelson’s message to be more intentional about systematically incorporating spiritual care into my practice. The opportunity to network with physicians and mentors was particularly valuable to me as I prepare to enter residency. I am thankful for the opportunity to be inspired, challenged, and mentored at AMEN!
– Debbie Beihl, Fourth Year Medical Student
“I was tremendously blessed by the AMEN conference. The messages were uplifting, the workshops practical, and the location unbeatable. But what I appreciated most was the opportunity to mingle with godly medical evangelists who God has used to both inspire and mentor me. I hope these relationships continue not just for the weekend, but for the rest of my life.
– Miguel Serrano, Medical/Ph.D. student
I appreciate the AMEN conference because it reminds me of my calling to medicine and connects me with other likeminded people. The speakers and worships have provided me with ideas on how to incorporate the health message into my daily encounters with patients. This is especially helpful now that I’m a resident and am learning the art of medicine in a secular environment. It’s been very valuable to connect with mentors and other physicians who are interested in the spiritual wellbeing of patients.
– Jaqueline Romero, MD Family Medicine Resident
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