Today was medical clinic day. (Big project for the ladies and our translators). It was also the middle of our time here in Haiti.
The clinic was a small one by some standards, but the nurses and workers managed to see about 70 patients. Complaints covered a wide range of ailments, but special care and consideration was given to each Haitian who came for care. Care was free today, and the love of Christ was shown in a very tangible way–by meeting a very basic physical need for medical care. Thankfully, only 1 woman needed to be referred to a hospital, with a blood pressure of 217/111. A special thanks to the team from People for Haiti for the use of their supplies today….
The men worked on the roof of the school and the van that the children’s home uses on a daily basis.
If anyone ever feels led to donate a 15 passenger van…..I’m sure they’d take it!
The team is currently being entertained by the antics of one 7 year old “Sassy Frassy” and have plans to play progressive uno to pass the time.
Tomorrow the team will head to Te Nwa to do another medical clinic, as well as attend church there midday.
Thanks for the continued prayers, please continue to pray for strength for the team and opportunities to share Christ.