This Little Light of Mine

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Another busy and fatiguing day but very productive.  We provided a mobile clinic today here in PaP initially to provide medical care to World Relief Orphans children.  Original patient load was estimated at 20.  Once the day ended, we had seen 40-45 people and provided free medical care and medications.  My fellow team member, Anne triaged them and then I proceeded with an exam and treatment.  The Roberts "crew" helped with all of the in-between which allowed for a good flow and efficiency.  The room I worked in was TINY and HOT.  No breeze and fully enclosed.  We saw the usual here with cough, colds, skin rashes and worms.  Toward the end of clinic while examing a 5yo girl, I heard a harsh heart murmur of which she had no previous history of heart issues.  We are arranging for ECHO to evaluate further.  Not sure what we will find but I am hopeful that the Lord brought her to us to help get her condition proper attention.  Please lift her up in prayer.
Stairs to clinic which slope 30-40 degrees.  Will post about more stories tomorrow.


  1. Thanks for the updates. I miss Haiti so much. I feel, like you, its my "other home". Take good care of yourself so you can continue to serve!

  2. So encouraging to see these pics and read your words! Keeping you in prayer. Josh (sorry, don't know why my motorcycle group blog is default for my comments)

  3. Hello sweet girl. We just got home from being with Cindy. God is working here too. We pray for those you touch, that God's power will be felt. Be safe and healthy. Remember: commit and trust your works to the Lord and He will cause your thoughts to become agreeable to His will and so shall your plans be established and succeed Pro 16:3
    You are in my heart. 143 Mama