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KC Health Professions Ministry Network Gathering

Thu, February 6, 2020


Date/Time: February 6 - 6:00 - 8:30pm

Event Name: KC Health Professions Ministry Network Gathering

Location: 
Hillcrest Covenant Church
8801 Nall Avenue
Prairie Village, KS 66207

Description: Health professionals building community and encouraging each other in the context of healthcare ministry.  This gathering will include a time of networking and at least one or two featured presentations.

Each attendee will need to pay $10 online or at the door, in the form of cash or check. Dinner is included. We hope you can join us!

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Featured Presenters Include: 

Ruth Tisdale


Ruth Tisdale has been the Executive Director for Advice & Aid Pregnancy Center since 2013. Prior to that, Ruth served for 8 years as the Director of Client Services at the center. Her love for children and God is demonstrated by her 20+ years of ministry work, all related to serving children in one capacity or

another – teaching in Christian Schools, directing children’s ministry at her church, and now for the past 14 years, making sure the unborn have a chance at life on this side of heaven.

Ruth loves to share with others about the work of Advice & Aid Pregnancy Center. She has a passion for motivating people

to participate in the ministry of Pregnancy Centers in their local area and encouraging those who are involved in the Pro-life community. Ruth has been married for 29 years, is the mother of 3 and grandmother to a baby boy.

Joe LeMaster


Dr. Joe LeMaster is a graduate of University of Kansas School of Medicine and the London School of Hygiene And Tropical Medicine. Dr. LeMaster and his wife Judy lived in Nepal from 1990-2000, serving at Okhaldhunga Hospital, the only medical care facility for 300,000 people, where they promoted maternal-child health and conducted leprosy research. Since 2011 Dr. LeMaster has been leading a primary care clinic at KU Med Center for Nepali-speaking Bhutanese refugees.