May 2015 Mission Trip

The bags are packed and the medical mission team is ready to head to Tanzania.  We are so excited because we have Dr. Mark Meyer, who will be doing orthopedic surgeries at St. Jospeh's Hospital in Moshi.  Then the 2nd week we have neurosurgeon, Dr. Ralph Reeder, who...

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January 15th

January 15th

Asante sana. In Swahili this comes to mean thank you very much. All of the people that are on this trip can relate to these two words. Mary was able to go back and rediscover her passion for surgery and teaching the people involved in surgery different methods that...

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January 14th

January 14th

January 14 B159728F-9E04-47B3-9E5C-AF78482FF6D5 Brittany went to ICU and saw many things that would not be seen in clinic. Woman who was beaten and found severely injured and in iCU 43 days. Different patient had placental abruption, fetal demise, and developed DIC...

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January 11th

January 11th

January 11th:   Bwana Asefiwe!  Praise the Lord!  Today was an exceptional day of God’s work and direction for the Hope Mission work.  We thought it may be a lighter day, but God had other plans for Gayle and Jenny Whitehead.  We started the day with our last...

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January 10th

January 10th

January 10th    For devotions last night I asked all the team to share how God has impacted them on this trip so far and it warmed my heart to hear what a big part God has been in this trip. The team was excited to head out on safari this am and they were all...

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January 9th

January 9th

January 9th Brittany went on hospice visit and did not know what to expect. Learned the importance of spiritual care. “One of greatest things I have seen in Tanzania” She learned more about the way of life of the people. Their houses are dark and small, had to lean...

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January 8th

January 8th

January 8th  “How do I tell you what you do not know, what you have not seen” a quote from To My Husband by an unknown medical author.  I think this applies to our work out here but we will try to explain our day.  Dan has been in the operating theatre. The day...

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January 5th – 7th

January 5th – 7th

January 5th So sorry we have not blogged for a few days but the team has been super busy!  God has blessed me with a great team and they have all come with loving and serving heart.  We have been presented many challenges, but through prayer and guidance we have...

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January 4th

January 4th

Outreach Clinic: Full. Challenging. Learning experience. Crazy. Fast-paced. Educational. Touched hearts. These are only a few ways our group can put today’s experience into words.  Today was our second day working as a team in Tanzania. We traveled to prepare an...

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January 3, 2019

January 3, 2019

January 3rd Expecting bad. Good therapy with the children. Joy in children. So little but so humble. Faith in God. Always say thank you. Not following the failure train. Chronic and irreversible. Handled well to send them home. Caregivers engaged. No anger. Mothers...

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January 1st

January 1st

  Happy New Year to all my friends and family.  Wishing you many blessings in 2019.  As I reflect back on 2018 I thank God for the many blessings that we have received at Hope Ministries.  I am most grateful for all of your love, prayers and support during this...

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