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The God of all Comfort

January 31st, 2023|Medical Mission - Guatemala Jan 2023|

Post by Corey Today was the fourth day of our medical outreach and it was a long, but good day. As one of the leaders, I have the privilege of watching a team come together and be united for one purpose: glorifying the Lord through compassionate health care. This week has been no different as I have watched how God has brought complete strangers together to serve together as

Jesus and the Leper

Medical Mission - Guatemala Oct 2022|

This post by Dennis So, my favorite phrase from the country song, “Help Somebody” is “If you want to hear God laugh, tell Him your plans”, and that is so true for me so far on this amazing journey that God has allowed me to be a part of. I had a pre-conceived notion that I was (only) going to entertain children while their parents were being seen by the medical team and that

First Day of Clinic

Medical Mission - Guatemala Oct 2022|

This post by Sherry Today was our first day at Healing Nations and it was an early morning. We were excited and nervous. We’ve all been praying hard that we could minister to others in a loving, servant way and I felt His presence today. My interpreter and I spent the day giving the social/economic survey to each person that came through the Outreach. I had a great interpreter but really wanted to speak

Another wonderful outreach!

Medical Mission - Guatemala July 2022|

Post from Amy: Cheers to another successful medical outreach week!  It is with a “joyfully exhausted” heart that I finish out the blog posts for our July 2022 trip.  After many previous experiences and medical teams, I can honestly say this trip was the best of the old and new.  Our team consisted of several original members of the medical crew from the first medical trip to Guatemala in 2016.  It was so fun

So joyfully exhausted

Medical Mission - Guatemala July 2022|

We saw 113 patients today, some hard visits reminded us that we can do what we can do, and that medicine has limits. Pray for these cases that God would bring healing spiritually and draw people to Himself. From Shawnda: Today was a lot.  A lot of patients, a lot of laughs, a lot of tears, but mostly a lot of love.  We saw the most patients today, and that was a lot.  I

God’s gift, future plans, and a busy day in Antigua!

Medical Mission - Guatemala July 2022|

We had an amazing land dedication service on the land God has given us for our future clinic build! It was a sweet time of worship and prayer and consecrating this project and our plans to the Lord. Then we celebrated with a fun day in Antigua! Post from Austin: In the Shadow of the Mountains Cars, Tuk Tuks, psychedelic buses, mopeds, and motorcycles transport the excited masses throughout the tourist city. One-way sidewalks,

Saturday’s outreach, busy and blessed!

Medical Mission - Guatemala July 2022|

We saw 98 patients today, and while it was super busy (and crazy in the medicine room), we were done at a decent hour! Post by Johanna: Hello from the Medicine Room! You might remember this as the P#@[email protected]*y however there are several words that have been eliminated from our vocabulary due to governmental regulations and that was one of them. May it rest in peace. We have finished our third day of clinic

A smooth second day!

Medical Mission - Guatemala July 2022|

Day two was smooth thanks to yesterday’s hard work during setup! We were done by 6:30 (although the bus didn't come until 7:30! Eek!) We saw another 92 patients even with one less provider, so our 4 providers were busy! Post by Cait: I am working in the procedure room this week, which basically means I get to do all the really fun (pretty dirty jobs). Normally, patients will come see me to get

Day One.. done!

Medical Mission - Guatemala July 2022|

Praise God for a full and smooth first day of our medical outreach! We saw 92 patients today and are certainly all joyfully exhausted. :) Post by Chloe: As someone who has been around and involved with children for the majority of my life, I thought I was rather prepared to come here and play and interact with the local kids. I came here ready to teach the kids crafts and tell bible stories

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