Surgery Glass Antigua

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Post by Daryl Scott Romans 8:16-18  16 The Spirit itself beareth witness with our spirit, that we are the children of God:  17 And if children, then heirs; heirs of God, and joint-heirs with Christ; if so be that we suffer with him, that we may be also glorified together.  18 For I reckon... Read More
Post by Tiana Scott                   I watch as they wheel the last patient out of PACU and into convalescence. As the doors swing shut behind him I realize that our work for this week is now officially over. There is no one waiting in pre-op, no one prepping the OR for the patient, no one... Read More
Post by Daniela Echeverri Nine years ago, I watched my mother leave for her first medical mission trip in Antigua, Guatemala with suitcases and trunks full of medical supplies. As a ten-year-old, I understood why she was leaving and that she was going to treat under-privileged special needs... Read More
 Post by M.J. Gallop Monday is our team’s first day of medical procedures at the Obras and this is a day that brings great anxieties, fears, confusion, and uncertainty. The Faith in Practice team eagerly begins setting up for their work, navigating a new environment with less-than-ideal... Read More
Post by Jennifer Anderson Day 2 We began Sunday morning with breakfast and devotional bright and early in the beautiful garden area at La Quinta De Las Flores, our home for the next week.  Chuck, our team administrator, led us in devotion by reading John 21, the story of Jesus and the... Read More
Post by Tiana Scott We Made It!         After an early morning, a two hour flight, and a two hour bus ride we finally made it to Antigua! Everyone on the Glass team is super excited to start the week of work and do amazing life changing things in this beautiful country.              Our... Read More