V.E.T. Net // Bringing the Gospel to Mongolia

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DSC_0349It began as a CVM short-term mission among people living without Jesus, and has developed into Christ being known and shared. God is doing amazing things in Mongolia V.E.T. Net, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary as a national nongovernment organization.

Just as a mustard seed grows into a healthy tree, the Holy Spirit and a small group of committed Mongolian believers has helped to spread the gospel message across the nation. This spread of the gospel has created opportunities for thousands to learn about Jesus and accepting him as their Lord and Savior.

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Life-Long Learning

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By guest writer Dr. Wendell Cantrell

As a profession, I think veterinarians do pretty well on staying up with the latest advancements. Each of our states has mandates as far as continuing education hours. I am a bit surprised at how different they are, but at least it is part of the law for keeping a license current. We would all agree that the medical professions are continually evolving and the closing of books, avoiding websites, and skipping vet meetings is a recipe for disaster. What I want us to look at in this issue is the need for continuing education in our spiritual life.

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How to Be Fair when Life doesn’t Appear to Be

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Guest post by Dr. Devon Spencer

This is hopefully the first in a series of blogs that I will be writing.  I don’t claim to have all the answers and more often than not my entries will be what not to do.  The important thing to remember is that God is God.  I may not know or understand everything, but He surely does.

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A Place of Intercession

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Guest Post by Dr. Cathy Wolf

Last week a client came into my exam room with her dachshund for a Health Maintenance Exam– or at least she thought so, but God brought her there for spiritual support and to Glorify Him. 

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The Gospel according to Rover

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Mitchum FrontI was recently perusing some of the most recent prayer letters from our fieldstaff and this one from the Mitchum’s really struck a cord with me.  Gerald is a fantastic storyteller and he has woven the gospel message into a story about a dog named Rover.  I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

The Gospel According to Rover: One of the difficult things to understand is how does the God that created everything love me…why does He want to have a relationship with me? This is especially difficult in a Buddhist/Shamanist culture where the gods can’t wait to drop the hammer on you and the only way to stop the crushing blow is to pay the lama or shaman. There are billions of people and how does God have the capacity to love each of us? I think old flea- bitten Rover gives us a glimpse of understanding as we observe the relationship between pets and pet owners.

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