What if all the skills you developed were about something bigger?
Use your medical skills serving those who have never seen the love of Jesus lived out.
The area where I work has less than 0.05% Christians, so this has become my prayer for myself and other staff of the hospital: That the love of God would fill us and splash over to the people around us.
An Interserve Partner in South Asia
A different way of doing medicine
I was only fourteen when I decided I wanted to work overseas as a doctor showing Jesus’ love. I assumed I would be going to Africa.But I was surprised to learn that female medical personnel were most needed in Muslim countries, where women must see a female professional and sometimes died when there were no…Read More
Dying from dengue
“Jesus, help me! Jesus, help me!” The words came from the small six-year-old girl who had already been sick for four days. What became devastatingly clear was that Abi had dengue haemorrhagic fever, and had now gone into shock. Her parents had been watching her deteriorate but, like so many of their friends and neighbours,…Read More
Love and the violated
At the organisation where I volunteer a few days a week doing prenatal care, I meet women who have fled from the horrors of war. Most women at the clinic are victims of the most heinous acts. These women, almost all of them, are pregnant through rape. What can one say to someone who is…Read More
Patience and Professionalism
We came to this country later in our careers. Over the last five years our focus has been on childhood disability, and now our clinical work, teaching and research and our learning from these areas help provide input into national health policy. We’re still asking the same questions we were at the outset. Is our…Read More
Sometimes discipleship happens in the context of long-term relationships. At other times, brief encounters give us the opportunity to share God’s love in meaningful ways. Being disciples of Jesus means allowing His love to fill up our lives, so that whatever the situation, we are ready to let that love splash over on those around…Read More
What if I’m too small?
I returned to Central Asia a little over six months ago, after a two-year hiatus at home that had seemed to take forever. Yet now that I am back here, that time at home seems more like a memory, a blink of time that in reality passed very quickly. I have returned to a very…Read More
Working with Interserve has been wonderful. I really value the structure Interserve offers, the chance to be sent by a solid gospel-centered group that helps me think through how we do ministry in a wholistic way. I also love the flexibility Interserve has given me to integrate my medical skills with ministry in a way that fits well with my personality.
Family Practice Physician, Central Asia
Interested? Start a conversation with us about what it might be like to serve with Interserve. No matter where you are in your career or how much time you have to give, we have a place for you. We even have mentored positions for med school electives.
We're international and interdenominational, and our teams provide strong support. Our vision is to see lives and communities transformed through encounter with Jesus Christ.
Work with a team dedicated to developing mental health resources and training for local practitioners.
Join the team at a hospital serving Arabic speaking patients.
Central / South Asia
Choose from multiple opportunities to serve local communities and train residents at faith-based hospitals.
Central / South Asia
Help further develop and implement a resident training program for nationals.
Needs include Otolaryngology, Psychiatry, and Ophthamology.