- Does mission work require a special calling?
- Is missions work reserved for a select few?
- Does missional health work have to be culturally sensitive?
- Is “Missional Health Care” limited to, and confined to, the 4 walls of a hospital?
- Are missionaries called to “proclaim” the gospel through preaching or “demonstrate” the gospel through practical interventions?
- Do human beings “define and determine” what is meant by missions?
- Or do we follow God’s design and plan for missions — (go ye into all the world and preach the gospel — with the preaching of the Word being accompanied by signs and wonders and healing)
Is Integrated MISSIONAL health care the right understanding of missions as described in the great commission?
Jesus is the perfect example of a missionary – He left His Father’s house (Heaven) and came down to the mission field (Earth) — completely empathised and became one with humanity. He preached His message and brought healing and regeneration every where He went, and finally paid the ultimate price for those He came to save.