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Angola – Doing so Much with so Little

The is the story of “J” and his brother. They came to Kalukembe back in March, having each been bitten by a puff adder in their legs the week before. After a failed round of traditional medicines, their limbs were in bad shape.

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Choosing Where to Serve as a Medical Missionary: Finding the Right Fit

I have seen countless medical missionaries fail from different organizations because they landed a place that’s not a good fit. They land at a mission station where all attempts to thrive individually and/or as a family fail. They then revert to survival mode where it becomes difficult to sustain the joy in life or the joy in serving. It may take only a few months or sometimes a full three year term, but serving in a place that is not a good fit will inevitably wear people down and bring them home.

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Baby Beniam

Beniam still needed hospitalization, but the finances had dried up.

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Uganda and God’s Anvil

Maybe the problem was, I never really loved Uganda.  I loved the idea of Uganda.  Slashing through the jungle in a pith helmet, conversing with the natives in their “more difficult than Navajo” language, sharing the Gospel as they sat around the campfire in wide eyed wonder.  It was so not like that.

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Gifts of Peoples

PDF Version: Anderson_Report_19_03_02.pdf Ask of me, and I shall give thee the heathen for thine inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession. Psalm 2:8 According to the most recent Joshua Project statistics, there are 109 people groups (“nations” as the Scripture often puts it, or tribes,

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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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Target Practice

The dawn of a new year is a good time to reflect, pray, and evaluate where we have been in our personal and work lives, and plan where we need to go.

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Life and Death Decisions

I have the amazing God-given privilege of working with some of the most amazing doctors in the world who have left their families and homes behind to follow God’s calling to care for the physically and spiritually broken in another country.

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Tuberculosis a Common Theme

After much thought and prayer, I finally decided to start her on anti-tuberculosis treatment to treat suspected TB pericarditis.

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