Story number 3 for 13 Nov 2002

By November 13, 2002

(International)–They’re going back to the model of apprentice and craftsman–a time where training and guidance made the artisan’s reputation. It’s a new internship program that Medical Ambassadors International has developed. MAI’s Dr. Paul Calhoun explains the need. “Our vision is to be in 126 of the lesser-developed countries throughout the world by 2015. But, in order to be able to do that, there must be a cadre of strong leaders raised up who are able to run our training team.” Calhoun says now, more than ever, they need the prayer support of the church. He adds that they’re looking for people to be on new evangelistic teams. “The harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few. So, we need to be able to training people to be able to effectively be tools in our Lord’s hands.”

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