Women in Missions - Rebekah Naylor

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This session will discuss the role of women in health care missions today. It will include examples and personal stories that will encourage expanded vision and new perspectives on opportunities and needs.

Educational Objectives
After this session participants will be able to:
1.Identify possible roles for women in health care missions
2.Identify some barriers for women in health care missions
3.Identify steps for preparation for mission service


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    Will Rogers

    Amazing presentation Rebekah - more people need to hear this. Love your story and the impact you've made on so many people.

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