Today was our last day of clinic and it has been such a joy to serve the community of Membrillal this week alongside our Guatemalan friends. Including our medical team, we had 65 people working together to serve this community throughout the week. It was such a beautiful display of the body of Christ
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From Sherri: Here we are nearing the end of our clinic days already! Today was our last full day with these wonderful people, and it was a long, full day ending with a cool, damp fog. Even though the days have been long, the time has passed by so quickly. How exciting it has
From Randy: I have been coming to Guatemala on this medical mission trip the past 6 or 7 years. At first I must admit it was scary – not having any lab or imaging devices to help with making diagnoses, but I now feel in my comfort zone here. Diagnoses are based on history
From Laurie: We hit the ground running on a COLD day today! It even rained a bit this morning. Nothing can dampen this group’s spirits. We met for devotions in the game court and Dan restrained himself from hitting the netting above our heads which was coated with water droplets. I congratulated him on
From Sharon: I will praise you, Lord, with all my heart; I will tell of all the marvelous things you have done. I will be filled with joy because of you. I will sing praises to your name, O Most High. Psalms 9: 1-2 What a wonderful God we serve! We have so much
From Dana: “Today was a wonderful day at clinic! We saw 105 patients. It was a long day though, so I can’t ask anyone to write the blog and then expect them to speak to me tomorrow! So, here is my update. A girl came to the clinic who was dehydrated and because of
Our third clinic day has come to an end. Thank you for reading the blogs and for praying for the team and community! Here are a couple of stories from today... From Shawnda: Coming here is such a blessing and joy. I love having the opportunity to come and serve. I’ve missed this so
Our clinic hit the ground running this morning and we saw 96 patients today! Thanks to our amazing providers, nurses, translators, and many helpers. From Annie: We arrived in Guatemala yesterday afternoon which gave our team an opportunity to set-up the clinic prior to seeing patients, which is a first, and provided the benefit
The team has arrived! After a smooth day of travel and customs (praise the Lord!), we settled into the guesthouse and went to the clinic for some early set up! More tomorrow! Back to Team Page
Today was the final day of our telehealth clinic. This was an incredible week to be a part of as nearly 50 volunteers worked tirelessly to serve the 408 patients that came through the clinic to receive medical care. Thank you so much to everyone who helped and prayed for this ministry! The body