Brad and Michelle saw dental patients and pulled a few teeth.

Elizabeth took some peole out to see orphans and Brie was excited to see where their sponsored child lives. They visited her home and found eight kids living there!

Some of the team packed beans and rice in individual bags for 720 orphans. They will be placed in backpacks and given to them on Saturday. We used Eric’s muscles to transport the heavy bags to the church.

Others stopped in at the women’s ministry store and purchased dolls, bags, baskets and jewelry made by the local women.

There was a trip to town for supplies and attempts to use the internet.

I was privileged to visit the Salvation Army Children’s home where I was shown around the compound and met some of the children and staff. Patsy moved from Tempe Arizona to work full time with the orphans. After the tour she took me to a house next door to see Emily.

Emily sold everything she had in Minnesota and moved here about six years ago to take care of some of the street children. She has 15 boys living in her home and they all love her and call her Mama.

It was inspiring to see the dedication and love Patsy and Emily bring to these kids who have been tossed away by society.

7 Responses to “Monday November 13th”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Message for Christine Russell, Hi sweetheart! Printed pictures for Madge, we are so proud of you!You look great! Hope all is well and best wishes to all! mail me back if you can!

    Love,
    Your “Big Brother”
    Freddy

  2. Pat & Diane Sullivan says:

    The website is WONDERFUL!!! You are so amazing!! And a thousand thank you’s to David!! Pat is wondering if it would be possible to get a good picture of the outside of the hospital? He is making a small presentation and would like to show it on a printed pic. If you could send it in the biggest file you can send? I don’t know if that would be a problem from there. Anything you can send would be great. And then… if it isn’t too much trouble, I would love to have a picture of the outside of Margaret Nawisco house. Our kids would like to see their Xmas present from last year… Don’t worry if it’s to much hassel, Pat can get a picture in April. One other question… there were pictures of ‘refugee’ camp on the web… I’ve had people asking me if that is close to our village?
    Have a wonderfu, wonderful day!! Give our love to evryone!!
    Diane

  3. Pat & Diane Sullivan says:

    The website is WONDERFUL!!! You are so amazing!! And a thoudand thank you’s to David!! Pat is wondering if it would be possible to get a good picture of the outside of the hospital? He is making a small presentation and would like to show it on a printed pic. If you could send it in the biggest file you can send? I don’t know if that would be a problem from there. Anything you can send would be great. And then… if it isn’t too much trouble, I would love to have a picture of the outside of Margaret Nawisco house. Our kids would like to see their Xmas present from last year… Don’t worry if it’s to much hassel, Pat can get a picture in April. One other question… there were pictures of ‘refugee’ camp on the web… I’ve had people asking me if that is close to our village?
    Have a wonderfu, wonderful day!! Give our love to evryone!!
    Diane

  4. Anonymous says:

    Message for Christine Russell, Hi MOM! I just wanted to say that i am so proud of u for what u are doing. Most kids cant say this about there mom “but i love u so much and am so proud of u”.Keep doing your thing and i love u so much cant wiat to see u and i miss u so much.

    Love,
    Chirs

  5. Anonymous says:

    Hi Dina…It is so great to see you in the pictures, the kids look so happy to have you there. I miss you so much and can’t wait to see you. I am so proud of you!!
    Love you,
    Gabrielle xoxox

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hi Dina…I miss you and love you!!! Thanks for the e-mail. Love, Your sister

  7. Elise says:

    Message for Cheryl, Hi Girlie, Auggies doing very well. Ally is doing great. Marleys being a good boy too. Try not to worry about your babies, I’m taking good care of them. Enjoy the rest of the trip and call me if you have any questions, I’ll have my cell on me at all times.

    P.S. I love the pics, looks like this is truely an amazing trip.
    Love,
    Elise

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