Thursday, we partnered with a church in the town of San Isidro to offer a clinic to the community. Normally, this community is well cared for by a government-run health center, but with the retirement of its director and chief nurse in January, the clinic has closed because the agency responsible for appointing a replacement has failed to do so. The residents saw our clinic as a sign that God has not forgotten about them, even if the health department has.
We finished our day with a traditional Honduran feast of fried whole tilapia and plantains to celebrate the work God has done through us this week. It’s an incredible privilege to be in the front row as God’s haling work is done right in front of our eyes.
Friday, we return to the United States. Please join me in praying for headache free travel as we navigate spring storms.
Thank you for all your prayers and support. They have made all the difference!