Report by Andraya Roberts

Today was such an amazing day! it was our last clinical day, and it was the longest day – we saw 270 patients. It was really nice to have the busiest day at the end because the team finally got a groove going on from the first 2 days of how the clinic is supposed to work. Tyler and Jay are so awesome at the pharmacy; they knew exactly where to get all of the medicine to give us. They were so prompt at getting us nursing students the medicine we needed to take care of the patients. I love how well this group works as a team. Yes, it gets hot, and we all can get irritated, but we all are able to get the work done because of Jesus. It is HIS strength we are relying on. It is easy to want to do all of this work on our own strength, but that is exhausting and does not last. Jesus gives us all strength when we ask. He provides. Ephesians 3:20-21 says, “Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to HIM be the glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever AMEN.” These two verses are so true. God is at work in us if we claim to love Jesus. He is able to do amazing things in our lives if we let him. God is so powerful and mighty, and worthy to be praised. And Jesus is evident in the people of Haiti; an example of this was a man I took care of today. He was literally glowing with the glory of God. His eyes were the most magnificent eyes I have ever seen. It made my day just to be able to care for him. I felt honored as if I was in the presence of God. I was in the presence of God because I was caring for HIS people. I am blessed to be with these amazing teammates who love Jesus and desire to make HIS name known. I am so thankful to work with Betty, who is a certified nurse practitioner, and Lorrie, who is a semester ahead of me in nursing school. NONE of this would be possible without our wonderful translators – they are an amazing blessing from God!

Haiti March 10, 2016
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