On February 15th, a group of Adventist youth from Gongdo, Korea organized and conducted a highly successful medical mission at Brgy Hinaplanon. The mission was intended to provide much-needed healthcare services and support to the local community, and the Korean youth worked tirelessly to ensure that the event was a resounding success.
What made the medical mission even more special was that select AMCC faculty and staff were present to assist and collaborate with the Korean Adventist youth. They worked hand-in-hand to share their expertise, knowledge, and skills with the community members. This collaboration between the Korean youth and the AMCC faculty and staff was a remarkable example of the importance of cross-cultural collaboration and the power of unity in achieving common goals.
The medical mission was a day-long event that consisted of various healthcare services and activities. The Korean Adventist youth and AMCC faculty and staff provided medical consultations, conducted dental check-ups, and offered nutrition counseling. The event also included health education sessions that aimed to promote healthy lifestyles and disease prevention.
The following day, the Korean Adventist youth and several AMCC workers embarked on a community outreach program at Cabili Village Elementary school. The group traveled to the school on board the AMCC mini-bus, ready to positively impact the lives of the students and the community.
The community outreach program at Cabili Village Elementary school was a resounding success. The Korean Adventist youth and the AMCC workers made a positive impact on the lives of the students and the community. The outreach program was an excellent example of the commitment and dedication of the Korean Adventist youth and the AMCC workers in spreading God’s gospel thru acts of kindness to make a positive difference in the lives of others.