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Hassane’s Farewell

by on Thursday, November 5, 2015 at 7:13 pm

Personally, I had the privilege to work very closely with Hassane, and to see with my own eyes the love he has for everyone and the goodness of his heart. I have witnessed his love of our patients, their parents, and of our personnel, and seen him demonstrate this love over and over again, either through providing prayer, counseling, advice, or just friendly conversation. I have also seen him give of himself in every way.

Better together: Redefining teamwork

by on Wednesday, October 21, 2015 at 3:18 pm

I have witnessed sacrificial love from children a quarter of my age, and I am humbled. They don’t have iPads or video games or Netflix; they don’t even have the ability to hold things in their fingers, but I have seen their joy. A spot of sunlight on a hospital bed is a playground for these children, and they are exceedingly grateful.

Asher’s New Feet

by on Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 9:25 am

Last week I travelled to Ndola—a city in Zambia’s Copperbelt province.  It’s a beautiful city—lush with flowering jacaranda trees and green evergreens (unusual as Zambia is in its hot and dry season). In the midst of all of Ndola’s natural beauty, I met its greatest gem—Asher.  Asher is a sweet little 2-year-old boy.  He loves […]

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