A Miracle Supply

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“See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.” (‭Isaiah‬ ‭43‬:‭19‬ NIV)

 

Something new just happened in our planning for the mission trip to Cambodia this summer. Kathy Medd, my good friend, fellow missionary, and nurse practitioner had been adamantly seeking a source for medical supplies for our team to take with us. Based on her experiences on our September 2014 Cambodia Mission Trip, she knew what she wanted to take but didn’t know how to get it or pull together the finances to purchase it.

And then something happened.

Kathy found out about the incredible work that MAP International has been doing around the world.

Last week, Kathy, Dr. Anite Lubin, and I started working on preparing the documentation required by MAP International to obtain medical supplies for our trip. Kathy’s vision of providing basic medical care in the three neighborhoods where Cambodian Care Ministries has established schools is coming to life! We are now anticipating having the capacity to serve 1,400 people. We are excited and in awe at the same time!

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Has God placed a seemingly impossible vision in your heart?

10 thoughts on “A Miracle Supply

  1. I meant to comment last night when I read this post but forgot …. to your credit it has stayed with me through this morning! I have read a lot of posts that end with a similar question — but this time I am taking my own “impossible vision” to heart. Without self disclosing too much, until I take charge of some personal debts I have incurred, it is impossible to move forward with some of the “service work” I want to do. Thank you for motivating me to redouble my efforts to figure it out. 🙂

    • Dear Scott:

      We are so thrilled and grateful for the opportunity to partner with MAP International! Healing will come to some many this August through these resources.

      God is good!

      Linda

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