to the DR last summer. As with many experiences in my life, I sort of just jumped in not really knowing what to expect, but hopeful God would do something rather amazing through my willingness to allow Him to flow. Flowing, He has…
He’s helped to formulate an approach for our initiative. He’s moved the hearts and minds of folks who can make things happen, to ensure it stays on the radar of our organization. He’s made a way for me to return to the DR and not only pray with and for folks, but to also meet their physical needs in a way I would have never been able to otherwise, along with skilled people I would not have otherwise met and been connected with.
Little did I know, God was also moving the heart of another gal, currently living here from the states as a missionary, compelling her to do something for one of the younger trauma patients we had both met. Today, over lunch, she and I began brainstorming ways we could connect the young boy (who we were informed may not receive care because he would undoubtedly be unable to afford purchasing the implant needed to treat his trauma injury), with the two orthopedic surgeons here on the medical mission. I love connecting with like-minded souls willing to think and most importantly MOVE outside the box to get things done.
There are cultural and hierarchal variables in play, and God moving on this young Haitian boy’s behalf would be amazing.
Thank you for stopping by, having a read, catching up, and most importantly thank you for your prayers for God's hand on this trip. God proves He will move if we will just stand with our arms wide open and say, “This is all YOURS Lord, all Yours….”
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