ICMDA Students and Junior Graduates World Conference
21-23 August 2018
Pre Congress Seminars
22-23 August 2018
23-26 August 2018
Worship & Bible Study
Global health and Social issues from wide perspective
Evening Social Events
Dr. Daniel Ho
He holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering from England, an M.A. from Fuller Theological Seminary, USA and the Doctor of Ministry from Asbury Theological Seminary, USA. He taught engineering in Kuala Lumpur for several years before serving as the founding General Secretary of the National Evangelical Christian Fellowship (NECF) of Malaysia for ten years. NECF is the umbrella body representing all evangelical churches in Malaysia.
He also founded and led DamansaraUtama Methodist Church (DUMC) in Petaling Jaya since 1980. Today the church has over 4,000 people in her weekly meetings. Dr Daniel Ho has spoken in over 30 countries in all six continents and has also contributed to several books and magazines. He is now the Founding Senior Pastor of DUMC having retired as Senior Pastor in May 2016. He and his wife, Doris, have also become grandparents.
He serves as adviser over the years to several organizations such as Malaysia Bible Seminary, Ethics & Research Committee of International Medical University, Orang Asli Economics Cooperative, Family First Foundation Malaysia, Malaysian CARE, Asian Beacon, Full Gospel Businessmen's Fellowship Malaysia, Gospel to the Poor, Alpha Malaysia, etc.
Dr. R Rajkumar
Dr Rajkumar Ramchandran comes from a Hindu (Brahmin) background. He accepted the Lord Jesus Christ on 25th May 1980 after a year of reading the Bible all alone and being challenged by the Word (John 14:6) and convicted by the Holy Spirit.
Rajkumar is an Electronics & Telecommunications Engineer with over 20 years of experience working with Multinationals in India and abroad including a 16 year stint with the German Multinational Siemens.
He is an Evangelist, Bible Teacher and Revival preacher. Rajkumar began to share the Gospel the very next day after accepting the Lord. He has since travelled to 48 countries of the World by the leading of the Lord.
He has been instrumental in leading thousands of non-Christians to the Lord from backgrounds including Hinduism, Islam, Communism as well as Judaism from places all over the world as well as a nationwide ministry in India.
Rev Dr Charles Price
Rev Dr Charles Price is British but was the Senior Pastor of The Peoples Church in Toronto, Canada from September 2001 to July 2016. During this time the weekly congregation doubled to over 4000 people in attendance on any given week, though in all, between 6 and 7000 regard The Peoples Church as their home church. He has an hour-long television program, Living Truth, which is broadcast coast to coast in Canada each week, as well as throughout the United States, United Kingdom, Europe, India, Australia, New Zealand, the Caribbean, Guyana, Korea, Taiwan and with Spanish translation into 26 countries of Latin America, and an Arabic translation broadcast to most countries in the Middle East. He also has a daily 30 minute radio program which currently broadcasts on stations in Canada, the United States, UK, New Zealand and the Philippines, with French and Spanish translations.
Dr DaleepMukerji OBE
DaleepMukarji is from India where he trained as a doctor. In 1994 he went to Geneva to work with the World Council of Churches in their Mission Cluster. He came to London in 1998 to be Director of Christian Aid from where he retired in 2010. He chaired the Working Group appointed by the Methodist Conference 2010 on the Future of Mission. He was Vice President of the Conference 2013-14 and today is a member of the Connexional Grants Committee where he chairs the World Church subcommittee. He and his family worship in Methodist Church Muswell Hill, London. He is a Trustee of Action for Children and on the Governing Bodies of the London School of Economics and the London Metropolitan University.
Dr Sigua is a family physician, educator, and health care administrator and practices full scope family medicine at Life Touch Family Clinic, where she is also the managing director. Since completing family medicine residency at the University of the Philippine's PGH Medical Center in 1987, she has been involved in medical student education and now exclusively teachers at Ateneo de Manila University Health Sciences Department and Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health. As a fellow of the Philippine Academy of Family Physicians and after completing a master’s degree in health care administration from University of the Philippines in 2009, she has executed research and publishes materials on national/global health concerns. Helen hopes to get practical skills to develop, practice and teach about behavioral health from her participating in the BFEF. She believes that behavior change, especially at a family systems level, is the core to transforming healthcare and improving world health. Helen enjoys spending time with her husband and children along with two African grey parrots, ten kois, two Japanese akitas and one flowerhorn. At the end of the day, they all love to hear her singing voice.awaited
Dr. David Stevens
Dr. David Stevens is the Chief Executive Officer of Christian Medical & Dental Associations, the nation’s largest faith-based organization of healthcare professionals. Dr. Stevens, as spokesman for more than 17,000 healthcare professionals, has conducted thousands of media interviews, including CBS Evening News, ABC World News, MSNBC, BBC-World Television, CNN Sunday Morning, Newsweek, FOX News, PAX-Television, Tech TV, Associated Press, JAMA, USA Today, Family News in Focus, National Public Radio and many other national outlets.
Prior to his service with CMDA, Dr. Stevens served as medical director of Samaritan’s Purse. In Somalia, Dr. Stevens led an emergency medical team that treated 45,000 suffering Somalis in the midst of war. In the Sudan, medical teams under his leadership treated more than 25,000 villagers to stop the spread of an epidemic.
From 1981 to 1991, Dr. Stevens was a missionary doctor at Tenwek Hospital in Bomet, Kenya where he served as Medical Superintendent and Executive Officer. At Tenwek, he directed a $4 million development plan, secured the installation of an $850,000 hydroelectric plant, oversaw the start of a nursing school and doubled the size of the hospital. The community healthcare and development programs he designed at Tenwek are currently reaching more than one million Kenyans and serves as an example of what medical outreach in the developing world can accomplish.
Dr. Stevens’ experiences provide rich illustrations for inspirational and educational presentations at seminars, medical schools, conferences and churches. His topics include stem cell research, human cloning, genetics, faith and health, physician-assisted suicide, international and community-based healthcare, emergency medical relief, abortion and other medically related subjects. He is the author of Jesus, MD, Beyond Medicine, co-author of Leadership Proverbs, a contributor for East TN Medical News and writes many chapters and magazine articles. He is in demand to preach in local churches and at mission conferences.
Dr. Stevens holds degrees from Asbury University, is an AOA graduate of the University of Louisville School of Medicine and is board certified in family practice. He earned a master’s degree in bioethics from Trinity International University in 2002 and has served on the board of World Gospel Mission and Asbury University. He has regularly taught at the Christian Medical & Dental Associations' educational seminars for missionary healthcare professionals in Kenya, Malaysia and other forums. He currently serves as a Fellow of the Biotechnology Policy Council of the Wilberforce Forum. Dr. Stevens and his wife Jody have a son, Jason, and two daughters, Jessica and Stacy, and five grandchildren.
Peter Saunders was born in New Zealand and originally trained as a General Surgeon, before serving with the Africa Inland Mission in Kenya and completing two years mission training at All Nations Christian College in the UK.
Since 1992 he has served full-time with Christian Medical Fellowship, a UK-based organisation with 4,500 UK doctors and 1,000 medical students as members, first as Student Secretary and since 1999 as Chief Executuve.
His current work involves leadership training, teaching evangelism and ethics, medical mission, writing, editing and media work. He is also Campaign Director of the Care Not Killing Alliance, a coalition of over 40 organisations in the UK promoting palliative care and opposing euthanasia.
He has been a member of the ICMDA (International Christian Medical and Dental Association) Executive since 2003.
His wife Kirsty is a community paediatrician and they have three sons Christopher, Benjamin and Jonathan. They are members of Spicer Street Church St Albans.