From Jamie: As the week of clinic comes to an end I am filled with a mix of emotions and amazing experiences. This is my second trip with this amazing team to Guatemala and I was lucky enough to be able to bring along Adrienne, my 15 year old daughter. As a nurse I
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From Rachel: Today was another busy day at the clinic, caring for around 124 patients. Most of the patients we saw today are from the community and do not attend the local church. These days are great opportunities for the pastors of the local church to make connections with these families and for us
From Dana: I’m sorry for the lack of pictures today! The night got away from me and everyone is in bed so I don’t have access to their cameras! I promise double pictures tomorrow. ;) To make up for it, there’s an adorable picture of an adorable baby we got to meet today. From
From Zoey: One of the many blessings people who come on this trip encounter is forming relationships with the people of Guatemala. Usually it’s with the people we meet in the clinic or on the home visits, but the relationships we make with people don’t have to be limited to the locals who come
Today was a great clinic day! We saw around 130 patients! From Kelsey: Today was an awesome day. The kids here are so sweet, fun, and energetic. This is proven by me playing tag with these amazing kids for at least three hours today. They are creative and fun, but also some of them
Today was a busy and full day of clinic set-up and treating patients! Children’s Ministry had a great day with wonderful kids and even taught the kids about fluoride treatments! Today was also Leigh Anna’s birthday and she turned 16... again! ;) The blog entry below is written by Andre and Heather, our dynamic
The team had an awesome last day in clinic, but the power is out at their lodging so they are unable to post tonight. In all, they saw 534 patients in 4 days! Praise god for His strength and provision. Stay tuned in the morning for a post if the power comes back!