Happy Thanksgiving!


We wanted to take the time to reflect on all that we are thankful for here at Christian Veterinary Mission, where our heart is to express Christ’s love through veterinary medicine. We are grateful for your continued partnership in prayer and financial support, as we serve the Lord together in ministry.

This year we have seen God’s hand working in the hearts and lives of those we serve around the world.

We are thankful for the support of the CVM family who make it possible for us to be Christ’s hands and feet as we serve through veterinary medicine.

On behalf of everyone here at Christian Veterinary Mission, we wish you and your family and friends a blessed Thanksgiving.

Thank you for your partnership in ministry,

-The Team at Christian Veterinary Mission

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Peace of Christ

By: Dr. Gina Wintermantel

“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.” –John 14:27

What does it mean to have peace, or to live in times of peace? There are many entries in the dictionary to define peace. Tranquility, quiet, freedom from unrest, lack of war, a state of security, and the list goes on.

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Ministering to Clients through the Grief and Loss of their Pets

By: Stephen Cowden, E-Learning Coordinator

When we face challenging situations, sometimes having the right resource makes all the difference.

CVM loves to help veterinary professionals live out their faith through their vocation, and we’ve developed some outstanding training for short-term missions, long-term missions, and workplace ministry. You’ll find these on our e-learning site. But did you know that we also have over 30 resources available for you to download and use for free? Our online resource library includes CVM’s entire series of “Raising Health Animals” booklets as well as 8 devotional and Bible study guides.

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