Saturday, September 26, 2009


We just completed a great medical caravan. After negotiating with the government at three different levels we began operating. Hundreds of people showed up for consult and 80 of them received cataract surgery.

We were working in the operating room of a government hospital and were concerned about being able to freely evangelize. Our local pastors took turns preaching and our brethren worked with personal evangelism. More than 25 people received Christ including several nurses! What a blessing!.

There were other obstacles as well. On the second night the hospital flooded and we had to stop working for half a day but overall the caravan was a success. Everyone worked very hard. Denise in the kitchen, Amanda translating, Eric evangelizing and Alan, Alison and I worked the operating room logistics. Dr. Robinson and his entire team went the “extra mile” to serve the Aztec People. I thank God for such a hard working family and great friends that love the Lord! Friends and family that show God's love through the work of their hands and their support! We built strong relationships with the hospital and state officials, people received Christ and God was glorified in His Church!

1 comment:

Kelli said...

Glad it all went well. I love the photo at the end!