Category Archives: Nursing

Pray for Tanzania Mission Trip

The Wootton family, a few Kenyan BTCP teachers, a group of BTCP students from Uganda, and I will be leaving for Tanzania on the 5th of this month to meet up with a team from Johnson Ferry Baptist Church. We will be there for a week and a half working with local churches and BTCP schools.  Please continue to keep… (more…)

Medicine Cannot Cure Everything

Jesus said in Mark 2:17 “…Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick. I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners, to repentance.”  To the left is a picture of last week’s medical outreach  in Nakuru. Dr. Phau headed things up and I helped her with a few of the patients.… (more…)

How To Perform A Remote Medical Mission

Ok, so you want to come to Africa and set up a temporary clinic that treats people, witness to them about Jesus, and leaves a lasting impact, but you have less than a week on the ground. What do you do? 1. Identify a group who can do follow up. This is the MOST IMPORTANT PART and should be done… (more…)

Why Should We Share the Gospel?

There is such a point as too late. I am sure everyone reading this has seen the horrifying consequence of the absence of God in someone’s life, so I will spare you the photos. Dr. Phau took my friends visiting from Texas and I to the morgue the other day. Luckily for us, there was enough room for all the… (more…)

Refugee Camp

We are preparing for September 6th! To the left is a picture of Caroline (my wonderful assistant) helping me make a large stack of handouts we will use to teach people about Jesus. What is happening on the 6th? Many from Life Changing Discipleship will be traveling to the Kakuma Refugee camp. We will be doing evangelism, outreach, pastoral encouragement/training… (more…)

Positive Women with a Positive Outlook

[Permission was granted to share this story] After sharing my testimony one day, a women came and spoke with me.  She said “Now that you have shared your testimony, I want to share mine with you.” She went on to describe how she was positive (HIV positive). She was one of the first diagnosed with the disease. She described how… (more…)

Leaving for Nandi Hills

I will be going with a group down into the Nandi hills this week, and I ask that you keep us in your prayers. Please pray that God would guide us, keep us safe, and work through us as we minister towards these people. A few days ago I learned from one of my colleagues (a Kenyan missionary who lived… (more…)

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