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Andrew and Alisa Geers


Mission: God has called us to serve in the Latin America Community, specifically Honduras, to share the story of Christ’s sacrifice and resurrection. We want to assist the hospital of Loma de Luz in providing for the spiritual and physical needs of the people in the area. It is our desire to live out the verse in Matthew 5:16, that we would live our lives in such a way that others could see our good deeds and glorify God in heaven.

Donations can be sent by mail to: Christian Health Service Corps PO Box 132 Fruitvale, TX 75127

The Gift of Mobility

When you think about mobility what usually comes to mind? Is it using a bike, scooter, car or plane? Or is it being able to connect virtually anytime and anywhere thanks to technology? In my (Andrew) line of medicine I think about a prosthesis, crutches, walkers or wheel chairs.

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Amputees and God’s Refuge

It was just another Saturday night when the call went out over the radio, “CQ Balfate, CQ Balfate, rapid response trauma, emergency room”. 

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Hand for a Hand

Imagine living life without the use of one arm. It would be hard, right? Now, imagine living life without both arms. That sounds next to impossible. How does one eat, drink, or use the bathroom? Get dressed or make something to eat? This is a story of a man who tragically lost both of his arms, and how God got him new ones.

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When Giving Thanks Is Hard To Do

The only option given to Juan was amputation, but Juan felt God’s prompting to seek help and another opinion at our hospital. Over the ensuing months Juan gave me a real life example of someone who is able to praise God despite the circumstances.

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In the jungle we often see illness in a state that is much more advanced than we would usually see in the US.

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Lost Hope

“I want to sleep, please give me medicine to sleep!”. That sentence is pretty startling, especially when it is followed by the plea, ”Please don’t cut off my leg, I want to keep my leg!” What makes those words truly heartbreaking is that they were spoken to me by a

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we have experienced the blind receiving sight, skin diseases being cleansed, the lame walking, and through it all, the good news proclaimed to the poor

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Me pega con violencia

Each visit is a blessing to see how this hospital provides care for patients, as much of this care is difficult to find elsewhere

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