A LIFE-CHANGING STUDENT EXPERIENCE WITH MEDICAL MISSIONS FOR HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS + SENIORS presented by Maranatha Baptist University in partnership with Operation Renewed Hope | Watertown, WI

“The preaching of the Gospel of Christ is the most important disaster relief. Without the gospel, which will deliver mankind from the ultimate eternal disaster, earthly disaster relief is short-sighted.” – Rev. Jan Milton, Director ORH

Date

Sept. 21-23, 2017

Cost

$75 Student

$50 Adult Observer

Summit Overview

The GO. SERVE. LEAD. Summit provides a life-changing student experience with medical missions. Held on the beautiful campus of Maranatha Baptist University, the three-day summit includes four general sessions with guest speakers from around the world as well as four hands-on workshops with experienced professionals. The workshops highlight practical medical missions’ topics such as dentistry, general medicine, and optometry. Evangelist Jerry Sivnksty will speak in a missions-focused chapel on Friday and throughout the weekend. High school juniors and seniors are invited to attend the summit.

Keynotes, workshops, housing, meals, and T-shirt “scrubs” are included in the $75 student participation fee. Adult admittance to the keynotes and workshops is $50 and includes meals.

Necessary Waivers
Please fill out the following two waivers and bring them with you to the summit.
Visiting Student Liability Waiver
Visiting Student Medical Release

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Jan Milton | Director, Operation Renewed Hope
Jerry Sivnksty | Evangelist

Keith Stensaas | Uganda | Pastor + Missionary
MISSIONARIES & PASTORS
Gordon Dickson | Pastor
Jim Childress | Panama Missionary
Buddy Fitzgerald | Peru Missionary
Dr. Tom Johnson | Cambodia Missionary Doctor
Rick Williamson | ORH Planning Coordinator
WORKSHOPS
Dr. Harry Gibson | Dentistry
Dan Jones, PA | General medicine
Christy Holshouser, NP | Classroom simulation
Ken & Christine Higgins | Optometry

Operation Renewed Hope

Operation Renewed Hope has been used by the Lord in global relief efforts and humanitarian work. However, the main emphasis of ORH is the preaching of the gospel of Jesus Christ—which is why ORH’s humanitarian and relief efforts work through Bible-believing missionaries and pastors. Through the ministry of “touching hearts and reaching souls,” ORH has assisted in planting many churches or enlarging the congregations of churches around the world and has served to enhance the status of numerous Bible-believing missionaries in foreign countries. MBU is pleased to partner with Operation Renewed Hope for the GO.SERVE.LEAD. Summit.

Over the last 25 years, ORH has:

  • Delivered humanitarian cargo shipments to Panama, Honduras, Cuba, Mali, Liberia, Zambia, Russia, Bosnia, Albania, and many other nations
  • Established and deployed mobile medical clinics in conjunction with Bible believing missionaries and evangelists
  • Assisted in Tsunami-stricken areas; installed water plants; conducted medical clinics at relief sites; worked in areas devastated by hurricanes at home and abroad
  • Enhanced the status of Bible-believing missionaries in foreign countries
  • Assisted in the planting of churches or the enlarging the congregations of churches around the world

Why Medical Missions?

To provide the opportunity for all men and women to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ, which is his death, burial and resurrection

To provide relief from physical and mental suffering to nations by shipping medical, educational and non-food humanitarian supplies and equipment, building medical facilities, and operating short-term medical clinics into remote locations

To provide opportunities for medical professionals, laypersons, and teens to serve God through short-term and long-term missions

 

MBU School of Nursing + Medical Missions

An important part of the MBU School of Nursing experience includes ministering in a developing country. Several of our School of Nursing faculty members have traveled extensively and have ministered on multiple continents. Our nursing students gain from these experiences and have the opportunity to take a medical mission trip their senior year to see first-hand the needs of people in desperate areas. The GO. SERVE. LEAD. Summit provides a true-to-life overview of medical missions worldwide.

The baccalaureate degree in nursing at Maranatha Baptist University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education | One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036 | 202.887.6791

 Maranatha Baptist University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission | www.hlcommission.org | phone: 312.263.0456

Airports & Accomodations

There are two major airports located within one hour of Marantha’s campus. Madison’s Dane County Regional Airport (MSN) offers flights serviced by Delta, American, United and Frontier. Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International Airport (MKE) services nine different airlines including American, Delta, United, Southwest, and more.

Holiday Inn Express

101 Aviation Way
Watertown, WI

(920) 262-1910

Average cost:
Hotwire.com – $109
priceline.com – $109

(Mention MBU for $5 off)

Super 8 Motel

1730 S Church St
Watertown, WI

(920) 261-1188

Average Cost:
KAYAK.com – $59
priceline.com – $59

(Mention MBU for 10% off)

Comfort Suites

725 Paradise Ln
Johnson Creek, WI

(920) 699-2800

Average Cost:
hotels.com – $76
KAYAK.com – $76

(Mention MBU for 10% off)

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