Who we are
The Luke Society provides resources and support for international Christian health visionaries who are passionate about ministering to the needs in their own cultures. Our ministry empowers nationals to share the saving grace of the Gospel through preaching, teaching and healing. Read more about who we are and what we do here.
To participate in God's plan of redemption by following Jesus' example of teaching, preaching and healing (Matthew 9:35-36). Read our Faith Statements.
By Dan Breen
I don’t have an accent. I’m sure you don’t either. We’re only told we have accents when someone who speaks far more strangely than us points it out.
When I moved from Michigan to Iowa as a child, a handful of people enjoyed playfully poking fun at — in their opinion only — the peculiar way I pronounced AR-words: car, bar, tar. They suggested I sounded more like a pirate searching for buried treasure than an Iowan. Arrrr matey.
Whether you’re from Baaaston, New Yawk, Tennessaaay or Minnesoata, everyone speaks a little differently.
From the executive director
"Thank you for visiting the Luke Society website. I welcome anyone seeking to better understand the impact of the Luke Society and those who are exploring this ministry for the first time. I hope this website helps you understand clearly the mission of the Luke Society, and gives you a glimpse of how the Kingdom of God is expanding through the work of our ministry partners."
Dr. Wrede Vogel