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Dr. Warren and Dr. Lindsey Cooper

BIO

Dr. Warren and Dr. Lindsey Cooper serve as missionary physicians with CHSC in D.R. Congo. Their Mission is to serve the people of Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo through healthcare missions at Centre Medicale Evangelique-Nyankunde and help them to know Jesus. Lindsey and Warren Cooper moved to Nyankunde in 2013 to participate in the renovation of surgical care through a new facility and in healthcare teaching. Warren spends much of his time training/teaching the residents and young physicians. Lindsey is a pediatrician with experience in intensive care. She focuses on working with children who suffer from malnutrition, complications of heart disease, and works to improve overall nursing care. Nyankunde Hospital serves a population ravaged by war, poverty, and displacement, with the hospital itself having experienced much bloodshed. They hope that their presence offers hope to the people for a brighter future and belief that God can make all things new.


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Pure Joy

Today I had a feeling of pure joy. Sometimes it feels like God is reaching down and giving you a blessing…

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Emergency Field Hospital – Iraq

Practicing medicine in any missionary environment is challenging. But what about when the environment is an Emergency Field Hospital in Iraq? And your patient has pieces of UXO (unexploded ordinance) in his chest…

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Starting off the New Year

We had a very emotional admission to our malnutrition program this week. This year we had two deaths in one family from malnutrition, Francine and Moise. After paying a home visit to this family, a 10year old hungry child was found. On the home visit, our nutritionist and community advocate

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News and Raising a Toddler

News from Warren in Iraq Warren is currently in Iraq assisting with the Samaritan’s Purse field hospital for the next few weeks. They are receiving wounded civilians leaving the city of Mosul as the city is slowly liberated by Iraqi troups. He wants to inform friends and family that the

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D.R. Congo – Katho and Singo’s Story

“Katho and Singo were their names, typical for twin babies born in the Bira tribe. Samaritan’s Purse evacuated these babies with their mother from their home and brought them to our feeding program.

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Advent Greetings & Prayers for Congo

Well yesterday was the long-awaited day for Congo, December 19th, the end of Kabila’s “reign.”  This was the planned election year, however an election was never organized.  It seems that Kabila wanted to change the Constitution to stay in office…apparently this is a common occurrence in African countries.  We continue

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True Religion

This is quite possibly one of the greatest highlights of my time here at Nyankunde…

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D.R. Congo – Strength To Walk Again

I was reminded again this past week that we care for patients so that they can tell others of the goodness of God. As patients are healed they bear witness to others, and God receives the glory.

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Alili – How did you get shot?

“So, how did you get shot?” I asked the 12 year-old boy in front of me. I had heard what had happened, but I wanted to get his account. Here is the story he told me.

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