Compared to clinic yesterday, the church could not have been more spacious. Yesterday, pharmacy struggled with
being cramped and not having enough room to organize the medications. Today, Dr. Marsha and team were blessed with ample space to quickly and efficiently fill prescriptions. As a whole, the team of 1st year students improved tremendously after being thrown in the fire on day 1. It was wonderful to see everyone working together and feeling more comfortable with their assigned job for the day.
- Keshia and Jay were very busy with evangelism. Both admitted to being nervous once they realized their position for the day, but by the end they were seasoned veterans. They were extremely grateful for the opportunity to share with non-believers the love and grace of our Lord and Savior.
- Naomi was able to perform a minor procedure and remove a painful bone spur from one young man’s index finger.
He was so grateful for the medical care we were able to provide.
- Alex and Cameron were busy having fun and entertaining kids on the street adjacent to the clinic. They prepared several organized games that were quickly abandoned in favor of both our nation’s national past time,
baseball. The kids put a unique flare on the game that made it much more entertaining. The
narrow and busy streets did not stop them from having a good time.
After only 2 days we have seen a lot of improvement and we know that itcomes only from the love and mercy of our Lord.