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Telehealth Clinic – Day 4

January 28th, 2021|Medical Mission - Guatemala Jan 2021 Telehealth|

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 of Christ truly came together to show so much love and compassion to our Guatemalan

Telehealth Clinic – Day 3

Medical Mission - Guatemala Jan 2021 Telehealth|

It was another great day as our team was able to care for over 100 patients. We have an incredible team both here and in Guatemala who have put in countless hours to make this happen. I love what one of our amazing ministry partners, Wendy, had to say about the week so far: "This week has been the result of many weeks of planning and praying! If you think about it, it’s pretty

Telehealth Clinic – Day 2

Medical Mission - Guatemala Jan 2021 Telehealth|

Today was another busy day as 104 patients came through the clinic. Here is a post from one of our superstar nurses here in Utah. Thank you for praying for all involved! When our lives turned upside down last year, I missed some of the little things, like travel, going to dinner with friends, leaving my house, or being able to buy toilet paper.  It’s been a year to say the least.  I feel

Telehealth Clinic – Day 1

Medical Mission - Guatemala Jan 2021 Telehealth|

We began our second Telehealth Clinic today with an incredible team of local medical professionals. This is such a humbling experience to be a part of as we get to witness kindness and service in action. Our team here and in Guatemala have given so much of their time and talents in order to care for the communities of Membrillal and Santo Tomas and we have so much gratitude for their service. God has

Telehealth Day 3- final day

Medical Mission - Guatemala July 2020 Telehealth|

Today was our final telehealth clinic day. Thank you to the many workers both in Utah and Guatemala that made this happen! Please continue to pray for the people in Guatemala and for ways we can continue to serve this community during such a difficult time. Our first post is from Donna, a nurse living in Guatemala who has worked as a translator and assistant in the past with our clinics and this month

Telehealth Clinic Day Two!

Medical Mission - Guatemala July 2020 Telehealth|

Today, our telehealth team continued to work together to see patients in Guatemala. From Shawnda, one of our faithful team members, working from Utah: "I have heard a lot, and thought it myself, 2020 is the worst.  It definitely has been a time a change.  That really goes for working with this team.  Going to Guatemala every year has been a highlight for me.  I love the country and I love working with the

Telehealth clinic day 1

Medical Mission - Guatemala July 2020 Telehealth|

A small team of doctors and nurses here are working to provide medical care through nurses, missionaries, and translators in Guatemala. Although there is nothing more than our team would like right now, we are unable to be face-to-face with our Guatemalan brothers and sisters and we are forever grateful for technology and the way God is using it to provide care for the most critical patients we see. We have seen God's provision

Until we meet again.

MVF - Honduras Feb 2020|

The day you never want to come. Today was that day, it was the day that no one wants to tell you about when they recruit you for a Mission trip. It was the day that we said “see you later” to our family in Honduras. Before we get to that, there is so much we need to cover first. This morning was a little later start than normal and as always we were

You can’t make this stuff up…..

MVF - Honduras Feb 2020|

Day 5 and 6 Day 5 started with a long bus ride to the village of Aldea Nueva where pastor Mario and his church have gotten involved to help minister to the people.  The bus ride was supposed to take approximately three hours but due to a few of our crew having a light stomach bug we made a few extra stops along the way.  I’m pretty sure we stopped no less than 9

Bautismo in the Rio

MVF - Honduras Feb 2020|

When you are on a trip like this you quickly learn some important things: 1. God is real and active in every part of the world. 2. God is love and calls us to be His love to others. 3. You can’t make this stuff up. We learned these points in large ways today. This morning began with stepping on the bus to attend a baptism with some incredible friends from His Hands for

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