Christian Veterinary Fellowship
Student Chapter of the Christian Veterinary Mission (CVMF-Christian
Veterinary Mission Fellowship Group) is an organization at Washington
State University that primarily includes participants from the Christian
faculty, staff, and students. We meet weekly and pursue activities that
encourage our growing closer to God, each other, and others with whom we
have daily contact. We emphasize fellowship, personal growth, prayer,
and outreach to the rest of the college. This is a great way to learn
how to be a better Christian witness as a veterinarian.
Weekly Fellowship Meetings
The WSU Christian Veterinary Mission Fellowship Group meets to
encourage, pray, and share a Bible study together.
Please feel free to come and join us at any time. We do not collect
dues and all are welcome to come!
We are meeting at 12 noon on Mondays in the WADDL Conference Room (Bustad
155C). PLEASE COME AND JOIN US!
FREE Cookie and Bible Give-Aways
Each semester over the past several years we have an outreach
during the last week of the semester. CVMF participants donate
cookies, muffins, or other sweet goodies and we set them out in the
Bustad lobby and give them away to whoever would like them. We also
give away free Bibles that are imprinted on the cover with: Compliments
of WSU Christian Veterinary Fellowship.
International Shuttle Trips with CVM
Veterinary students can go for short-term shuttle trips with
Christian Veterinary Mission. Currently, opportunities are available
for trips to various locales in South and Central America, Africa, and
Asia. In the past our students have taken trips to Mongolia, Nicaragua,
Honduras, Haiti, India, and US Native American: Navajo and Apache
We invite your prayer requests which we will bring before
the Lord during our weekly meetings. Please e-mail one of the WSU
contacts below. We would also enjoy hearing the answers you receive!
Current Faculty and Staff Advisors:
Dr. James Evermann
Christian Veterinary Mission is an international,
interdenominational relief and development organization based in
Seattle, Washington. We have over 5000 US veterinarians and veterinary
students involved in our organization and are always looking for new
members. CVM was founded by Dr. Leroy Dorminy who was one of the first
to realize the impact that veterinarians could have overseas, especially
in a holistic ministry in the developing world. Since 1976, more than 58
veterinarians have served long-term in more than 35 countries. They have
shared the love of Christ by teaching and training farmers about basic
animal health care, as well as through direct ministry telling the story
of Jesus. CVM has also coordinated more than 800 short-term veterinary
shuttle missions that support the long-term projects. CVM also sponsors
fellowship/prayer breakfasts at veterinary meetings as well as
facilitating student fellowship groups in veterinary schools around the