Surgery Providence Retalhuleu

Waiting for the bus to Casa de FeWe will spend many hours together...Tour of Casa de Fe with LesbiaWheelchair program explanationRuby and ElizabethLunch stop - are we halfway there yet?Cliff and JanetOR plan prep for tomorrowWaiting to be calledpre-oppre-opreceiving miraculous news!Cate in actionElizabeth explaining upcoming procedure to family

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~~Stories from our wheelchair clinic:
Martha traveled with her family for 3 hours to come to the Wheelchair Clinic.  She was transported in the back of a covered Toyota pickup on a patio chaise lounge with an inflatable mattress.   Martha fell a month ago and broke her hip.  Due to other... Read More
We began and ended our day with John Lennon.  Our spiritual team lead Daneen, invited us to center ourselves, listen to the lyrics, and reflect on what it means to us to Imagine.  We all shared one word to describe how we were feeling about the day.  Grateful, excited, humbled, anxious,... Read More
This morning we visited Casa de Fe in Antigua.  Casa de Fe (House of Faith) provides accommodations and meals to patients recovering from surgery at Las Obras Sociales.  Patients and their families travel great distances to receive care.  Casa de Fe relies on mission teams and donors to ensure... Read More
As my day began this morning, the phrase "Este es el momento" came to mind. It translates to "This is the moment" or "This is the time". I have been thinking of this opportunity to serve with PSJH Global Partnerships and Faith In Practice for some time now. So when my alarm sounded very early... Read More