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CAHM – 511 Groups

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® | August 1, 2022

A program designed to serve domestic and international healthcare missionaries in their work as well as aid in the recruitment and retention of career medical missionaries. CMM also assists students with scholarships and overseas rotations.

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On the Side: October 2021

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® | October 6, 2021

I recently found a love note from a young wife to her medical student spouse. Iā€™ll warn you; itā€™s mushy with ignorant glee. See for yourself:
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ā€œI love you. Iā€™d love you the same if you were a park ranger. Iā€™d love you the same if we had nothing because even then, we would have each other and Godā€™s blessing and love for our marriage. We are so richly blessed by agape love. Everything else is detailsā€”icing on the cake. The way youā€™ve used the intelligence God blessed you with over the past two years of medical school is astounding. Today you are crossing into unknown territory. I feel so privileged to be sharing the experience by your sideā€¦.ā€

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Letting Go

By Steve Cartin, MDiv | February 19, 2020

ā€œThen Jethro rejoiced for all the good which the LORD had done for Israel, whom He had delivered out of the hand of the Egyptiansā€¦And so it was, on the next day, that Moses sat to judge the people; and the people stood before Moses from morning until eveningā€¦So Moses’ father-in-law said to him, ā€˜The thing that you do is not good. Both you and these peopleā€¦will surely wear yourselves out. For this thing is too much for you; you are not able to perform it by yourselfā€™ā€ (Exodus 18:9-18, NKJV).

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Tell Me Why September 22, 2017

Tell Me Why

By Rev. Stan Key | September 22, 2017

The real question that must be answered when it comes to missions is not Where? or How? Or even Who? The real question is Why? If we can answer this question, all other questions will take care of themselves.

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Back to Basics: Laying a Strong Foundation

By Krystal Mattox, DDS | September 29, 2020

ā€œWe need to get back to the basics of life, a heart that is pure and a love that is blind, a faith that is fervently grounded in Christ, the hope that endures for all times. These are the basics, we need to get back to the basics of life.ā€

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On the Side: September 2021

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® | September 2, 2021

The census taker arrived just as Wade was pulling in from a long stretch at the hospital. He told me to go on doing what I was doingā€”cooking supper with three toddlers at my anklesā€”and he would answer the questions. When the census taker asked Wade how many hours he had worked the week before, I stuck my head out of the kitchen to hear his answer. ā€œAll,ā€ I wanted to scream. He worked all the hours. Wade answered 130. I watched at the gentleman looked at his form, looked at Wade and looked back at the form. ā€œSir, we are only given two squares. Is it ok if I just put 99?ā€

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On the Side: February 2020

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® | February 4, 2020

I have spent the majority of my adult life trying to be perfect. That is a terrible admission to make, but those who know me will say itā€™s true. Never able to relax, and hardly ever able to lean back and rely on Jesus to be good enough for me.

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Does the Bible Endorse Racism and Slavery?

By Jerek B. Petrous, DDS, MS | September 24, 2020

The topic of slavery and racism couldnā€™t be more relevant in this age of social justice we are in right now. It goes without saying that racism is evil. Genesis 1:27 makes very clear that all are created in the image of God. The image of God, or Imago Dei in Latin, refers to the fact that humans were made uniquely and separately from all the rest of creation in a way that reflects Godā€™s image in our moral, spiritual and intellectual essence. It means that in certain aspects, and in an imperfect sense, we resemble God. It is because we are image bearers of God that our lives have intrinsic worth, and this of course goes for all humans. It is precisely because we are made in Godā€™s image that racism is evil. Martin Luther King, Jr. talked about this frequently as the basis for civil rights. He argued that the brotherhood of man is dependent upon the fatherhood of God. Reject the latter and you erode the foundation of the former.

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Welcome to Member Services

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® | June 15, 2022

Several of our resources are available only to CMDA members, so you will need to log into the website to take full advantage. To log in, please use the email address you provided when you joined.

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Pearly Whites

By Caren Abraham, DDS | August 24, 2021

The clichĆ© phrase that is our lifeā€™s goal: pearly whites for all our patients. But are pearly whites enough?

Working at a mission hospital in rural Africa, I try to do as much as possible before taking an x-ray. Much of my examination is done just visually, until I can convince a patient an x-ray really is necessary. With this style of examination comes a bit of guess work, and sometimes, it is the ā€œtooth that looks normalā€ that is actually the problem!

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Letā€™s Talk Strategy: Tackling Student Loans

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® | February 3, 2020

If youā€™re reading this, you already know this is a big and extremely relevant problem for the vast majority of dental and medical graduates under the age of 45. Itā€™s not uncommon these days to graduate dental school with $300,000+ in debt. Heck, I have friends who graduated with close to $500,000 in debt (and when I say friends, I may or may not be referring to myself). This isnā€™t news.

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On the Side: November 2018

On the Side: November 2018

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® | November 5, 2018

Water is wonderful, glorious stuff. Being from the Gulf Coast originally, I now chafe a bit at my adopted (but sadly landlocked) Nebraska. The only water I can get in here year-round is chlorinated; but I am happy to do that. And every time I find myself up to my elbows in it, trudging from one side of the pool to the other, I try and thank God for creating this beautiful, amazing wet stuff. It simultaneously buoys me up and resists my movements. It also provides many opportunities for me to improve and challenge myself. It is just what I need.

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CMDA Thrive Tour 2022

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® | August 30, 2022

September 29 ā€“ October 29, 2022
Join Dr. Mike Chupp, Dr. Bill Griffin and Pastor Bert Jones from CMDA headquarters on a multi-city tour for an engaging event highlighting CMDA resources Faith Prescriptions and Bridging The Gap along with an in-depth overview of the expanding, impactful ministry of CMDA across the nation.

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Houston CMDA Fundraising Gala

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® | August 25, 2022

October 14, 2022

I want to invite you to this yearā€™s annual CMDA Fundraising Gala on October 14, 2022 at the Junior League of Houston, 1811 Briar Oaks Ln., Houston, TX. This is a wonderful evening of seeing friends and colleagues, enjoying a meal together, and hearing about what God is doing through the CMDA ministry in Houston and around the world. The Lord is using CMDA to impact doctors and students lives and reach people through medicine and dentistry and we will hear some of these exciting testimonies of students and doctors involved in the ministry! This is a fundraising event and there will be an ask for contributions at the end of the evening.

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Ethical Issues Regarding Post-Fertilization Effects of Oral Contraceptives

By Walt Larimore, MD | December 1, 2015

I have prescribed “the Pill” since 1978. My wife and I used the Pill for years, having no moral concerns about it. Then, in 1995 my friend and practice partner John Hartman, MD, showed me a patient information brochure–given to him by a friend–that claimed the Pill had a postfertilization effect causing “…the unrecognized loss of preborn children.”

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CMDA Statement on Capitol Violence

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® | January 7, 2021

The Christian Medical & Dental Associations was shocked and appalled on January 6th by the rioters who attacked and invaded our nationā€™s Capitol while Congress was in session. We strongly condemn these acts of violence and lawlessness, specifically under the pretense of any righteous endeavor or the banner of Christā€™s cross.

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Spiritual Skills Are Too Important To Be Left to Pastoral Specialists

By Walt Larimore, MD | June 16, 2015

Family physicians should use their ā€œpractical tool for spiritual assessment.ā€ Is such a tool either wise or ethical? Recent commentaries would suggest not.

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Standing for Truth Amid Shifting Government Policies

By Anna Pilato | May 10, 2022

As a former federal government employee, I have observed firsthand how policies affecting our everyday lives are often crafted and administered by unelected federal bureaucrats. Coupled with presidential executive orders, this gives the executive branch a remarkable amount of power. Within the executive branch exists the regulatory framework, which is overseen by a little-known office under the purview of the White House called the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs. Proposed actions from this office are published in the ā€œUnified Agendaā€ twice a year in the spring and fall, giving the public a glimpse into what future regulatory action is on the horizon. Most of us are unaware (some may say blissfully so) of the volume of regulatory and deregulatory actions under development and review in more than 60 federal departments, agencies and commissions across the government. To give some perspective, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) currently has more pending actions than any other cabinet level department, which underscores the sheer size and reach of this titan agency with a budget that surpasses the gross national product of several countries!

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Slate

By Al Weir, MD | June 29, 2021

ā€œSuppose a brother or sister is without clothes and daily food. If one of you says to them, ā€˜Go in peace; keep warm and well fed,ā€™ but does nothing about their physical needs, what good is it?ā€ (James 2:16, NIV).

Doctors are really good diagnosticians, but not always at home. My wife is an incredible home manager and a servant to many people she loves, including outsiders in trouble. Last week she drove 400 miles to help my son and his wife pack up to move, then she returned with their 12-year-old dog, Slate. When they reached home, the dog developed severe polyuria and polydipsiaā€”leading to incontinence, mopping and Lysol. Yesterday I came into the kitchen to find her crying. I diagnosed her tears as emotional strain caused by a woman she was helping in prison ministry, now multiplied by the huge work of caring for my sonā€™s sick dog. I diagnosed, ā€œIā€™m so sorry you are having to deal with Slate on top of everything else.ā€ Wrong; she wasnā€™t crying for herself but for the dogā€™s suffering. I said, ā€œIt doesnā€™t help to cry.ā€ For which I got the look. I then recovered, ā€œItā€™s good that you love the dog enough to cry for him. Letā€™s do something about it.ā€ We spent the rest of the day ordering a portable outdoor fence, tracking down a doghouse, picking up doggie diapers and setting up a vet visit for Monday. At the end of the day, my servant wife was tired, but her floors were dry, and her tears were gone.

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Identifying Healthcare Professionals Who May No Longer Be Able to Care for Patients

By Robert E. Cranston, MD, MA (Ethics) | June 10, 2021

As Christian healthcare professionals, God has granted us the high privilege and responsibility of serving others through healthcare. Part of this responsibility is that of maintaining clinical knowledge and skill in order to provide high quality care to our patients. If we lose some of our skills due to trauma, physical or mental illness, or due to normal aging, this may not always be optimally possible.

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COVID-19 Fact or Fiction?

By Jeffrey Barrows, DO, MA (Bioethics) | February 17, 2021

A growing proliferation of blog posts, podcasts and online videos presenting confusing information regarding COVID-19 has increased over recent months. Many of these controversies are propagated by physicians speaking to large church audiences. In this blog post, I will address the most common disputes.

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UK High Court Rules Puberty Blockers Experimental, Minors Cannot Consent

By AndrĆØ Van Mol, MD | December 23, 2020

In a stunning decision with international implications, the United Kingdomā€™s High Court ruled December 12 in Bell vs. Tavistock that puberty blockers (PB) and cross-sex hormone (CSH) use in gender dysphoric minors was experimental and should not, in most cases, be given to children under 16 without court order, adding that such petitioning was also advisable for 16 to 17 year olds. They clarified that the consent issue was not about the breadth and depth of information the minors were given, but that ā€œThere is no age appropriate way to explain to many of these children what losing their fertility or full sexual function may mean to them in later years.ā€

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WPC Pulse: April 2018

By Women Physicians and Dentists in Christ | April 10, 2018

I had my annual physical recently, having called for an appointment last fall. She has been my doctor for more than 30 years and caught my colon cancer early so Iā€™m still here today. Much to my surprise, she ordered several tests. Each test precipitated a referral to another specialist because they were abnormal. My appointment book is filled with doctor visits up the wazoo!

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Natural Medicine Handbook

By Walt Larimore, MD | April 6, 2021

When it comes to natural medicines, such as herbs, vitamins, and dietary supplements, you want to make sure you’re getting the truth about what works, what is safe, and what is a waste of money. You need evidence-based, trustworthy, unbiased sources and studies so that you can make wise decisions for yourself and your family.

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Healing Hands, Healing Heart

By Christian Medical & Dental AssociationsĀ® | July 31, 2018

This book is the inspiring story of God using Dr. Eleanore Kue to accomplish His purpose. Dr. Kue was born in Cameroon, Central Africa, at a time when babies were dying for lack of appropriate medical care. God used an American missionary to save her life. She studied medicine in France before moving to the USA with her husband, Simon Kue. Dr. Eleanore Kueā€™s life was transformed by the power of the gospel, and for the first time, she experienced the love she had longed for. Her life seemed to come full circle when, on a medical mission trip to Cameroon, she felt called to medical missionary work in America. She has dedicated her life to serving the uninsured in the inner City of Lansing.

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