Our 2018 MINISTRY TRIPS

 

This year we saw 1,371 patients and completed a high school restoration project. We added two new countries, Myanmar and Mexico, to our list and we were very excited! The Lord helped us complete our goals and our call for future volunteers and support is higher than ever.

 

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January 17-31

We conducted  a humanitarian ministry in three villages using medical aid and ESL lessons.
Our team of four nurses and four assistants saw 567 patients in four and a half days.

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Medical Clinic

During all of CFSA’s medical clinics, Myanmar’s included,  medical teams assess patients’ needs and dispense OTC meds as needed. We do not treat chronic illnesses, referring people to see a doctor when long-term medicines are needed and/or when we encounter something beyond our scope of knowledge.

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ESL

CFSA’s Executive Director used Kinder Jam to teach ESL classes. Kinder Jam is a high energy program that uses music and movement to introduce basic English phrases, the alphabet and listening skills. Everyone loves the program...adults included!... It is a huge hit and something ‘fun’ after a day of intense clinic work. 

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Christian Love

In all of our missions, it is our joy and duty to show Christ’s love to everyone we meet and serve. We are blessed to do this through our clinic work, our ESL work and also our ‘friendship’ work. Giving a hug, a gentle touch, a listening ear, are all simple yet effective ways to pass on the truth that Christ lives in our hearts and that we want to share Him with others. We are gifted with the treasure of God’s Word and the work of freely sharing it with others.

 
 
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April 18-May 2

We managed a humanitarian ministry in the rural villages of Thailand by giving medical aid and ESL lessons. Three nurses, one EMT, and three assistants led the clinic.

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Medical Clinic

During all of CFSA’s medical clinics, Myanmar’s included,  medical teams assess patients’ needs and dispense OTC meds as needed. We do not treat chronic illnesses, referring people to see a doctor when long-term medicines are needed and/or when we encounter something beyond our scope of knowledge.

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ESL

CFSA’s Executive Director used Kinder Jam to teach ESL classes. Kinder Jam is a high energy program that uses music and movement to introduce basic English phrases, the alphabet and listening skills. Everyone loves the program...adults included!... It is a huge hit and something ‘fun’ after a day of intense clinic work. 

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Christian Love

In all of our missions, it is our joy and duty to show Christ’s love to everyone we meet and serve. We are blessed to do this through our clinic work, our ESL work and also our ‘friendship’ work. Giving a hug, a gentle touch, a listening ear, are all simple yet effective ways to pass on the truth that Christ lives in our hearts and that we want to share Him with others. We are gifted with the treasure of God’s Word and the work of freely sharing it with others.

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August 22- September 5

We led a humanitarian ministry in Oradea, Romania, remodeling, restoring, and preparing school facilities for the year ahead. This ministry was a manual laborer's dream!

Government regulations cause the majority of our time in Romania to be spent outside the medical realm. We were, however, given the opportunity to meet the administration staff at the city hospital. We had a small tour of certain wards and gained valuable information from the doctors there. To show our seriousness of helping in any manner that they desired, we completed the task of painting in certain areas of the hospital, and were thrilled to do so! We don't know how the Lord will lead us, medically, in Romania, but we are thankful to Him for the opportunity He gave. We will trust Him to make the next opportunity as purposeful as the first.

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Humanitarian Aid

We painted, repaired furniture, provided new window treatments, lighting and floor covering to complete the project. We also had the opportunity to prepare food for the underprivileged working with a local soup kitchen.

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Christian Love

In all of our missions, no matter what our activities, it is our joy and duty to show Christ’s love to everyone we meet and serve.

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October 17-31

We guided a humanitarian ministry in Mahahual, Mexico, using medical aid.

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Medical Clinic

During all of CFSA’s medical clinics, Myanmar’s included,  medical teams assess patients’ needs and dispense OTC meds as needed. We do not treat chronic illnesses, referring people to see a doctor when long-term medicines are needed and/or when we encounter something beyond our scope of knowledge.

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ESL

CFSA’s Executive Director used Kinder Jam to teach ESL classes. Kinder Jam is a high energy program that uses music and movement to introduce basic English phrases, the alphabet and listening skills. Everyone loves the program...adults included!... It is a huge hit and something ‘fun’ after a day of intense clinic work. 

Christian-Love.png

Christian Love

In all of our missions, it is our joy and duty to show Christ’s love to everyone we meet and serve. We are blessed to do this through our clinic work, our ESL work and also our ‘friendship’ work. Giving a hug, a gentle touch, a listening ear, are all simple yet effective ways to pass on the truth that Christ lives in our hearts and that we want to share Him with others. We are gifted with the treasure of God’s Word and the work of freely sharing it with others.

 
 
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