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Grant-making is all that MSM exists to do, and our sole focus is on Christian healthcare provision. We believe that skilled healthcare done in the name of Christ, and linked with Christian compassion, is paApply nowrt of the Great Commission spelt out at the end of Matthew’s Gospel.
Three individuals recently died who had all served the Kingdom of God in different ways, also had links with MSM. The first of these is Dr David Chaput de Saintonge whose principal ministry was with PRIME – an international netw... Read full post »
Our second tribute concerns Dr Eva Kalvínská, who died tragically in a car crash in December 2014. Like David Chaput (see above), Eva will be remembered not only as a longstanding friend of PRIME but also as leader of an outstand... Read full post »
The third ‘saint’, Charlotte Teubner, served most of her life overseas, after training in 1960-61 with the Missionary School of Medicine, and served in Panama. Her work there was featured in the final printed Annual Report produced by MSM for th... Read full post »