Saturday, February 13, 2016
Greetings from the Alleuge clinic snuggled in the mountains of Haiti. Even though you may not hear much about this clinic or have the most updated stories. There are nurses who strive day after day to share the love of Jesus and provide medical care to the natives who live in these mountains.
The last several weeks we have had small clinic days. It has been nice to catch our breath and have time to enjoy our guests.
A few recent pics from the past few weeks!
My sister Amy helped with a birth!
Amber, adding the finishing touches to St. Luke's dressing!
This past week we were very grateful to have a team of Doctors here. They spent 4 afternoons performing minor surgeries. We feel very blessed it was possible for them to come and help the people in this way. Many of the people who received surgery would never had the procedure done due to cost etc..
I’m sure many of you all have seen news articles and posts on social media about the current unrest and protesting in Haiti. It’s not a joke...
It’s me again and to be perfectly honest, I haven’t the foggiest idea what to write about. Life here can hardly ever be considered “normal” ...
“We need you Mis. My dad fell of a horse and his pain is eating him”. I smiled to myself at his way of explaining his dads pain and assured ...
She slipped into my hands with a shower of miconium staining and amniotic fluid. Her lips were tinged blue and her chest lay still. The mi...