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.
Use your talents to support international medical missions by partnering with Mission Partners for Christ. On each trip you will join a team of volunteer doctors, nurses, and helpers who will minister to hundreds of patients at our free medical clinics. We provide medications, treatments, screenings, and health education to underserved populations around the world.
February 4th-13th, 2023
We will serve amongst a people group of 13,000 that is completely unreached with the gospel. Our established partners: Community Church Ministries, Inc are committed to evangelism of this people group through prayer, learning their language, clean water wells, sustainability projects-including farming. During our time in Guinea we will serve in 4 different areas amongst this people group. We will provide screenings, treatment and health education. We pray that they see the love of Jesus and through this outreach many will be saved.
Hope YOU will be a part of our team.
October 1st-10th, 2022
We are partnering with Global Hope Network International to provide medical care and education on wellness habits in 2 remote villages during the week we are there. At the same time we will display the love of Jesus to this unreached people group. We will also partner with Campus Crusade for Christ and Great Commission Ministry to share the gospel. Since our last medical outreach in October 2019, it has opened the door for 30,590 to hear the good news of Jesus Christ.
July 14-23, 2023
Burundi is one of the smallest countries in Africa. The majority of the population lives in rural areas which has lead to deforestation (overpopulation), soil erosion and habitat loss. Burundians experience a great deal of poverty, corruption, poor access to healthcare, education and hunger. Mission Partners for Christ has been partnering with CAPRO Calvary Ministries in Burundi since 2019 and supported a clean water project so thousands of people have access to clean water each day. CAPRO is committed to sharing the gospel in unreached areas and discipleship training. During this trip you will also have an opportunity to serve alongside some young Burundian doctors to encourage their volunteer work in the remote/rural places.
For this trip we desire:
Physicians, dentists, medical students, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, physician assistants, optometrists, physical/occupational therapists and non-medical helpers.