Our Mission

Medical Missions for Christ Clinic’s mission is to provide quality health care in a manner that reflects the love of Christ. Our patients are treated with dignity and respect.

All services are provided by volunteers

We do not receive government subsidies so all our financial support comes from donations, grants, and fundraisers.

Thought for the Day

“In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths.”  (Proverbs 3:6, NKJV)





The Shepherd’s Keep

Medical Missions for Christ Clinic

Since 2006, our volunteers have provided quality health care in a manner that reflects the love of Christ.  Our clients are low income (under 200% of Federal Poverty Level)  and uninsured or under-insured. We serve multiple counties in the greater Lake of the Ozarks region.

All patients are treated with respect, regardless of financial or social circumstances. Services are provided by volunteers at no charge to the patient and include:

  • Primary medical care
  • Basic dental services
  • Prescription assistance
  • Chiropractic care
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Eyecare
  • Mammograms
  • Referrals
  • Chaplain services
  • Other related services

We also have a Shepherding Program that helps connect people with health-related needs to the appropriate resources for equipment, supplies, and services.

NAFC Gold Seal nc2R722g

Medical Missions for Christ Clinic has earned a 2021 Gold Rating from the National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics (NAFCC) Quality Standards Program.

Thought of the Month

And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased.”  Hebrews 13:16 NIV


There is a candy commercial asking two little girls “who is better at something.”  The one who thinks they are better at the topic grabs a piece of candy.
When asked “who is better at sharing” one little girl takes a piece of candy and hands it to the other girl.  Such innocence and such a lesson!!
This world is full of selfishness.  Try to be better!  Caring for others is what God expects for us to do.
It may be as simple as checking on a neighbor, or wearing a mask in a public place, or taking a meal to someone who is alone.  God is pleased when we think of others before ourselves.