|Dear Loved Ones,
Greeting. We hope and we pray that you had a good Thanksgivings day. We give thanks that we saw another day of Thanksgivings.
Wednesday November 25, while we were busy thinking about thanksgivings meals and all the plans, our staff at the eye clinic in Cap-Haitian were busy restoring sight to many people right there in their villages. The staff divided themselves in 3 groups to find those who needed assistance with their eyes.
Dr. Dupy Pierre, our ophthalmologist stayed at the main clinic in Cap-Haitian. Dr. Emmanuela Dimanche led the team to Fort-Liberte where we are opening a second extension. And Madame Merleine Joseph, our head nurse led the team to our first extension in Ouanaminthe.
All the three stations consulted 123 patients. What does this number mean?
Among the consulted ones, many will have the possibility to read their Bible again thanks to the many eye glasses the staff hand out. Many school children will better their grades thanks to the correction of their vision. Many of those who were going to go blind will have an operation to remove their cataracts. Restored Vision means restored life in the family. It means improved economic life in their life, in the church and in the village.
Thank you for your love and your support of the eye clinic ministries.
Serving the Master in Haiti,
Nzunga & Kihomi.
NEEDS: The eye clinic is in need of good working vehicle.
For the many patients, unknown and known around us and around the world.
Despite Covid-19 the eye clinic serves. Despite the violence the eye clinic serves. Despite having no good vehicle that was wrecked some time ago, the eye clinic serves.
I do not know how they were able to get to all these places with their equipment under these conditions but they did. Travel in Haiti is not easy.
These heroic “front line” workers deserve our support, both financially and prayerfully. Thank you for doing both.
Because He loved us first,
Denny Shewell and the entire Missionary Partnership Team