Author Archive | John

Lab Tech Degree Gives New Life

Jean Batena Tshisenge is a dreamer with both the faith and the grit to transform wishes into tangible assets. In providing for their family of seven, Jean and his wife Suzanne Ngondo Kenge plant a small variety of crops and raise a few animals. Thigh-high gardening beds efficiently decrease weed problems, enrich the soil, and […]

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Preservation of Hope in DR Congo

She hugs her beautiful baby weakly.  It is all the energy she has left.  She is weary, ill, and looking to a guaranteed long and indefinite recovery period at the hospital.  Let us call her Hope.  Not her real name, Hope suffered a critical complication following a C-section at a local medical center.  Her fever […]

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Born to Live

Pretty, 25 year-old Nathalie had just given birth to her fourth child. Joyfully, Nurse Cetoute Frigénie held up the shiny-eyed newborn to a camera. Baby Claudine had survived and was going home to join her father and two siblings. In partnership with MBF, the Primary Health Center of the Episcopal Church of Haiti is the […]

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Andy’s Insights

We live in a time of unprecedented progress in healthcare. However, there are a number of “mega-trends” developing which directly impact developing countries and most critically the churches, healthcare providers and medical professionals we are in ministry with. Several years ago John Nesbitt authored a #1 NY Times best seller called Megatrends. The author identified […]

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