As described by Don Hess
We slept in until 5:30 a.m w/ breakfast at 6:00. We were on the road at 6:45 and in site by 8:00 and this time only 15 minutes of prep time and the nurses and doc's were rolling. The lines were long and by 11:00 numbers were handed out to ensure an appointment and the rest were given a number for 1st in line for Wed.. The Compassion Int'l volunteers had their hands full with crowd control.
The Nigerian entourage of 4 arrived at 9:30 to take charge of the healing & prayer tent and they were at great asset to the day for all those who requested prayer.
One lady returned from Monday all excited that her pain went away and she was not using the cane to walk.
Lunch was provided once again by Pastor Charles and his side (wife) Lawrencia ...a delicious option of chicken or fish with either rice or French fries. We are consuming lots of water and way too much soda!
The basketball hoop and backboard was set up and a Wed. ceremony will dedicate the new game to the region.
It was determined by a joint effort of the local Presbyterian pastor, the Nigerians and Pastor Charles that there will be a Thursday nite open air crusade. Word will be going out by radio and word of mouth to advertise the event.
We saw the last patients at 3 o'clock and headed home. It is a beautiful journey each day over the mountains and the. Seeing the city of Accra and the Atlantic Ocean laid out before us.
The team is healthy except for Dawn losing her voice. Gary was shouting Hallejujah about her losing her voice ...and as of this 5:00 report, he also was starting to lose his voice!
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