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Life Changing Medical Mission

Faith In Practice is a non-profit, ecumenical Christian organization that seeks to improve the physical, spiritual, and economic conditions of the poor in Guatemala through integrated surgical, medical, and dental mission trips and health-related educational programs.

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In Honor of Armando Nájera-Morales, serving his people faithfully

Thousands of patients have received care because of Armando Nájera-Morales. Volunteering with Faith In Practice for over twelve years, Armando becomes family to his patients.

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March 2020 eNews - The Morning's Early Light

In this morning’s early light, I read, “I am here, Lord, to do your will.” Immediately what comes to mind are the healthcare workers across the U.S. and the world who opened their eyes this morning and wished that they did not have to rise, with less-than-adequate protective equipment, and place themselves, their family members, at risk. And, yet they left their homes to care for the sick, the dying, the afraid....

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In Honor of Norman and Donna Lewis, serving faithfully with Faith In Practice for 20 years

Norman and Donna Lewis have been involved in Faith In Practice for nearly twenty years throughout which they have played a crucial role in the life of this mission.

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Providing life-changing care in our wheelchair clinic

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Life Changing Medical Mission

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Faith In Practice is a non-profit, ecumenical Christian organization that seeks to improve the physical, spiritual, and economic conditions of the poor in Guatemala through integrated surgical, medical, and dental mission trips and health-related educational programs.

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Victor was playing soccer when he was caught in the crossfire of a nearby robbery and was shot in the back. He was paralyzed from the waist down and would not walk again. His life changed that day but his spirit, faith and positive attitude were strong. He came to our clinic to replace his old, broken wheelchair. Dr. Mike Noel examined him with translation assistance from Josue Trevino. Crystal Rempfer, our occupational therapist, fitted him for a new wheelchair.

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Providing life-changing care in our wheelchair clinic