I don’t have any medical training, can I still join a team?
YES! Our medical mission teams rely heavily on medical professionals to provide care but there are many other roles that can easily be filled by the non-medical professional. Volunteers may collect information, teach patients on basic care, and help keep our clinic running smoothly.
What do your medical mission teams do?
Mission Partners for Christ organizes and leads medical mission trips around the world. Our teams partner with local organizations to provide free health screenings, education, and treatments in their communities. Teams consist of physicians, nurses, techs, and non-medically trained volunteers. No medical experience is required. We train our volunteers to meet the specific needs of the community we are visiting.
I am not able travel at this time, how can I help?
There are many tasks that must be completed before our teams leave the country. Local volunteers are needed to collect, organize, and pack donated medical supplies. We also have a prayer team that covers each volunteer, our partner organizations, and those we are serving. Please reach out via our contact form to find the perfect way you can serve!
Can someone from your ministry speak at my event?
Of course! Founder Sheri Postma regularly speaks about Mission Partners for Christ at meetings, events, and conferences. Please reach out via our contact form to check her availability.
Is Mission Partners for Christ a non-profit?
Yes Mission Partners for Christ has a 501c3 status.
What is included in the cost of the trip?
The cost of each trip includes meals, travels, and accommodations during the trip. If a tourism day is built into the trip, travel is included. Participants are responsible for the cost of souvenirs or other optional activities they wish to pursue.
Your costs seem low, how is the cost of a trip determined?
Costs for our medical missions trips are determined by the cost of airfare and accommodations for each location. We are able to keep our costs significantly lower than most medical mission trips because there are no administration fees or supply fees added to the price.
Do you accept non-cash donations?
In some cases, yes. We are nearly always in need of medical supplies, medications, and basic hygiene supplies. Please contact us to discuss our current needs.
Where will we be staying and what should I pack?
Accommodations and suggested packing list will vary depending on the location of the trip. Team members will receive more guidance on this after registering for their trip.
What are the health and documentation requirements for international travel?
Requirements vary depending on your destination. Country specific information can be found at https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/country.html.
July 9th - 19th, 2021
Travel with us to an area where people are unable to obtain basic medical care. YOU can be the person to bring health, hope and healing. We plan to hold a free medical, dental and reading glass clinic. We desire physicians, dentists, nurses, pastors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists and other volunteers. Medical training is NOT required to host the reading glass clinic and help in the pharmacy, triage and dental clinic.
Hope YOU will be a part of our team.
November 6th-15th, 2021
Benin is located in West Africa and is the birthplace of voodoo. We will fly into Cotonou and travel north. We will serve in 2 small villages that are very interested in being involved in a 3-5 year coaching process to transform themselves and break the cycle of poverty. Together with our partner, Global Hope Network International, we will host a free medical clinic and provide health education.
At the same time we will display the love of Jesus.