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KC Health Professions Ministry Network Gathering at Hillcrest Covenant

Thu, April 25, 2019


Introducing the KC Health Professions Ministry Network
uniting vision and talent for local and global service



Primary Objectives
•Building community among healthcare professionals
•Encouraging each other in the context of healthcare ministry
•Increasing ministry awareness among healthcare professionals
•Education and equipping for healthcare ministry
•Increasing the local and global Kingdom impact of the KC-area citywide Body of Christ as healthcare professionals network and are willing to collaborate in ministry as the Holy Spirit leads
•Paying attention to the healthcare ministry priorities expressed by the KC Health Professions Ministry Network participants


Health professionals...
You're invited to the first gathering of this network!


DATE
Thursday, April 25, 2019
6:00pm - 8:30pm

LOCATION
Hillcrest Covenant Church
8801 Nall Ave
Prairie Village, KS 66207


Cost to attend: $10 (includes dinner)
Each attendee must pay $10 either in advance online via PayPal or at the door by cash or check.



CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 

 
The KC Health Professions Ministry Network is being facilitated by The Sending Project in partnership with Dr. Nicholas Comninellis, Founder and President of INMED, the Institute for International Medicine. Dr. Comninellis serves as a full-time volunteer with INMED. 


Nicholas Comninellis is also faculty in the Department of Medical Humanities at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. Over a two year period Dr. Comninellis served inner city citizens at Shanghai Charity Hospital, and over another two years lead a healthcare ministry in the war-besieged nation of Angola in southern Africa. Dr. Comninellis next served for six years in the Kansas City public hospital before launching INMED in 2003. He attended the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine, the Saint Louis University School of Public Health, and was a family medicine resident at John Peter Smith Hospital. Dr. Comninellis also earned a professional diploma in tropical medicine from the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, and became board certified in both public health and family medicine. Among his authored books are Shanghai Doctor, Where Do I Go From Here, and INMED International Medicine & Public Health. Dr. Comninellis is a classical guitarist, a leader at Shoal Creek Community Church, and is faculty advisor for Cru at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He was recognized as the 2009 United Nations Association of the United States World Citizen and the 2015 University of Missouri-Kansas City Alumni of the Year.