Just like you can’t learn to swim without getting in the water, you can’t fully learn to work in the mission field without actually working in it. Whether it’s local or foreign missions, our students are involved in practicing what they are learning and sharing it with others. Local mission opportunities are available during the course involving the students in hands-on experience in health evangelism. At the end of each course, students have the opportunity to go on a mission trip and conduct evangelistic meetings, teach a one-month condensed Health Evangelism course, or help in a building project. These mission trips are usually 2 to 4 weeks long and have been to such countries as Romania, Mexico, Jamaica, Italy, Brazil and Indonesia.
You may be interested in LIGHT (The Lay Institute for Global Health Training). LIGHT is a supporting ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist church and is in partnership with the Wildwood College of Health Evangelism in devotion to hastening the coming of Jesus by training and equipping men and women to work as health evangelists. It is our goal to foster a worldwide expansion of health evangelism by helping our graduates establish centers of health and healing around the world.