Published by Rebecca Udermann
Living a fuller life in Zambia
I love to slow down to take time to get to talk with my patients, slow down to sit with them, talk with them, hold them, pray for them, comfort & encourage them, come to know their story, what their name is, why they are here, and what their biggest needs are. I am continually reminded of why I became a nurse in the first place, which at the end of the day sits deep in my heart more than any other challenge I may have faced throughout the day, week, or month.
Kisakye experiences Uganda
Then there were times when I was able to worship with a group of complete strangers that welcomed me into their church service as though we had been friends for decades. I made several new little friends as they begged their mamas to allow them to sit next to me during the service. The messages of prayer and how we are created in God’s perfect image to grow in this world and belong hit the deep heart cords.
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