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The “Butterfly” Camp for Children with Disabilities

This year’s camp for children with disabilities and their families had the theme of “Butterfly.” We had a butterfly lead our music times and a caterpillar who spent the week transforming into a beautiful butterfly. Twenty-eight families attended as well as a large number of volunteers. God richly blessed our week together!

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Walking alongside our patients

Charity was born to a first-time mom with HIV. Normally, that one statement is enough to make any healthcare provider pause with concern…

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Breath of Life

The four month old boy lay grunting and struggling to breathe each of his 90 breaths per minute.  He  had a pulse of 230, oxygen  saturations in the 80s on several liters of oxygen…

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Never Too Late

His situation is one that I have played out many times already, here in Honduras. He had just seen a Honduran doctor earlier in the day, and his family brought him to us for a second opinion.

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Fragile, Yet Resilient

They are so fragile and yet, shockingly resilient.  Their body’s rage with infection and fever, but they continue to breathe by their own effort.  Their tiny chest rises and falls while their skin between their ribs pulls in and out…

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Donny V and Osteomyelitis

The thing that gave me some peace was that Donny V already had a very strong faith in Jesus, and was not fearful of his mortality. On the contrary, he often would encourage me as well.

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