Thursday, March 2, 2017

Yet have I made myself a servant to all

For though I be free from all men,yet have I made myself a servant to all,that I might gain the more.  1 corinthians 9:19

Well we are at the end of a other week of clinic once again. God has been good! We were blessed with an abundance of medications from C.A.M for this month that were well needed. God knows exactly what we need before we even need to ask!

This dear lady came into clinic on Wednesday with swelling across her whole body. She's only 24 years old and looks 40. We believe she has kidney failure which leaves us with not a whole lot that we can do for her. Pray that God would perform a healing for her. It strikes me every time I look into young eyes that are in so much distress and so helpless.  I have to remind myself that it's in a time like that that God can reach the part of the heart that he longs to reach. That's why we must be willing to be his hands and feet,(no matter where we are.)

This is a other young lady that came in on Tuesday with similar symptoms as the lady above. She as 3 month old twins that have been staying in town with a relative for the past few days.


Here's Doc. Felix and James with her. They and a few others spent some time in prayer for both ladies today. We desire all of your prayers as well for these dear young ladies. James took her our to town today to try and get some more advanced care. Pray that they could get just that.


James with one of his bandage patients. 
Kayla instructing James about the blood pressure program. 
Three of our babies that we recently delivered at clinic came back for their first check up!
James with another one!
so this brings me to the end of my blog for this week. But before I completely log off I want to give you all a huge thank you for all your support. It means a lot and it makes a difference in many  lives.
Thank you and God bless you. 
Mis Katie.