Dr. Kyle Jones is a physician serving in Kenya at AIC Kapsowar Mission Hospital. Kenya’s total number of COVID-19 cases are under 100, and are concentrated in the country’s capital, Nairobi. The government has enacted several drastic measures in order to protect Kenyan citizens, including closing of schools, and a nightly curfew. In this video,…Read More
by Rev. Doug Christgau, Global Healthcare Missions Ambassador, MedSend There’s an unlikely connection between Easter and becoming engaged to my wife, Christine, which occurred over 50 years ago! Since my marriage, humanly speaking, was going to be the greatest triumph of my life, I wanted to become engaged to Christine on the day of greatest…Read More
by John Simontacchi, Senior Vice President, Development, MedSend I am so blessed and privileged to share the hope we have in my following devotion: The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead is central to salvation and eternal life in Jesus Christ for those who believe! (1 Corinthians 15:20-28) Jesus Christ was fully man, fully…Read More
As the fight against the novel coronavirus rages on in the United States, MedSend has been checking in with our grant recipients who are serving here in the U.S. Due to their work with some of the country’s most vulnerable populations, these healthcare professionals have a true front line view of the how the virus…Read More
by Dr. Sheryl Uyeda, surgeon and MedSend grant recipient serving in Papua New Guinea How quickly the world can change in just a few short weeks! I’m sure you are all feeling the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, and Papua New Guinea is no longer immune. The first imported case in PNG was reported on…Read More
by S., a MedSend grant recipient serving in South Asia Please pray for the poor in this country at this time. Even though I have been telling our friends for several days now that the inevitable was coming (closed shops, closed public transportation, etc.), no one seemed to believe me. Yesterday was the last day…Read More
written by Lauren and Derek Webber, serving in Chogoria, Kenya (shared from their blog, Webbers in Africa) MedSend grant recipient Derek Webber is a Physician Assistant serving in Chogoria, Kenya. He and his wife, Lauren have served in Kenya since 2016. In his role at PCEA Chogoria Hospital, Derek (back row, far left)…Read More
by Michelle Kiprop, FNP, serving in Kenya I don’t have a picture of her, there just was not time to take one. Jesca is 42-years old, but her eyes look older than that. She came to me 33 weeks pregnant with her 6th child. It was her 7th pregnancy, she had lost a baby along…Read More
by David and Krichele Jeffcoach, serving in Ethiopia One thing is for certain. Our lives have changed in the last few days as a result of a few positive tests. Ethiopia has mandated that all schools let out for two weeks, shops are starting to close, the price of garlic (not toilet paper) has gone up,…Read More
by Eli and Krista Horn, serving in Kenya First things first: we are doing well here in Kenya. The world is in chaos, and Kenya itself has now identified its first cases of coronavirus, yet we are doing well. Thanks be to God. Current world events have brought to mind the likes of Joseph, Naomi,…Read More
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