Medical Mission Trip Info Night

Do you love Jesus, discipleship, and serving?

Do you practice medicine or have an interest in seeing the medium of medicine used as a tool for sharing the Gospel?

If you answered yes to either of these questions, we have incredible opportunities for you! 

Come learn more with us by a Zoom info meeting this upcoming Wednesday evening.

Join us to learn more!

If you have any questions – or have friends who’d benefit from learning more – join us this Wednesday to learn about upcoming Mobilize Medical trips and the details surrounding them.  Spread the word!

We will go over what a typical trip looks like and the various roles for volunteer trip members.  ALL are welcome – medical and non-medical.

We will also outline ideas for fundraising to help make the trips even more feasible.

Mark your calendar and save this Zoom link:

Wednesday, August 9

6:30 PM, Arizona (MST)

(Link no longer active – watch for future opportunities to join us, and email us at if you’d like to know more.)

All Zoom attendees will be entered into a raffle to earn $50 off their first trip with us!

A firsthand story

“I had the opportunity to go to Southern Mexico a couple of weeks ago and literally love on “the least of these”. Developing Workers is the fantastic organization I went with, and they are always looking for medical and non medical professionals to join them. The places they serve are all over the world and it’s hard but fulfilling work! We literally set up a whole entire clinic (pharmacy included) with 14 suitcases and a tiny building- soo mind blowing! We shared medical knowledge, JESUS, and love with these people. It was incredible! ” – Whitney

Developing Workers exists to equip leaders locally and globally for the work of discipleship.  We develop workers to mobilize ministry.

This work is both fueled and funded by friends of our ministry.

Thanks to our community of partners like you, all financial contributions quickly transform into pastoral training, service opportunities, coaching and mentorship, special projects in underserved communities, and impactful resources that all bring us one step closer to ending discipleship poverty.

We’re so grateful for you!

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