Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics

Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the inheritance as your reward. You are serving the Lord Christ.( Colossians 3: 23, 24)

With joy and confidence, we gather today in a medical meeting of young Christians, where medicine and faith come together in a harmony of care, compassion, and understanding. This assembly is not just a simple convergence of science and spirituality but also an opportunity to explore how these two dimensions of our lives can collaborate harmoniously for our well-being and that of those around us.

Once again, we are brought together by the common desire to understand the role of medicine in the context of our Christian faith. Medicine, as an instrument of healing, and faith, as a moral and spiritual foundation, intersect in our quest for health and wholeness. Today, we will explore how we can enrich our trust in God and better understand the ethical principles that guide medical practice in the light of our faith.

I hope that this meeting will not only be a moment of knowledge but also an opportunity to connect authentically, to share experiences, and to support each other in both the medical and spiritual domains. Together, we explore how we can bring Christian values into the workplace and how we can live out our faith in every aspect of healthcare.

This evening marks a pinnacle in the success of our AMCR gathering, owing to the enthusiasm of our participants for both learning and socializing. Additionally, we owe our success to the presence of our distinguished guests, whom I will have the pleasure of introducing in the moments to come.

After our team prepared everything necessary to welcome the guests, they gradually gathered, and a friendly atmosphere quickly enveloped the space, facilitating interaction among them. The evening commenced with prayers and praise songs. We extend our gratitude to Sebi, a young dental student eager to assist in our activities. He skillfully led us in song, utilizing his gift with the guitar in the way the Lord has endowed him.