Today #TeamGambia had the privilege of modeling the gospel through washing the feet of women and children waiting at our village medical clinic! It was incredible.
Students embraced Jesus' Ministry with bent knees, humbling themselves to a village of the most disadvantaged and neglected. Bystanders stared in amazement that ‘Americans’ would wash the feet of their ‘African’ brothers & sisters. What they didn’t know was that our team members felt incredible privilege and honor to be able to identify with Jesus in serving them in this way. When the students finished, the African children asked if they could use the tubs and water and wash each other’s feet, like they saw our team do for them.
What a picture of Jesus!
What a model of humility!
What a witness to the incredible gospel we are sharing with our words, as we serve them with our hands.
#TeamGambia served non-stop, family after family, throughout the clinic. From foot washing, to medical exams, triage, injections, labs, eye glasses, and pharmacy....Each Awe Star student and Breaking Borders Medical Professional served with their whole heart today.
Dr. Nunley and one of the Awe Star students were able to engage in conversation with one of the village elders during his exam and had the privilege of leading him to Christ! All were prayed for, many were encouraged, and seeds were planted. Now we pray ‘ Lord draw them to Yourself!’
Please join us in praying for tomorrow as we return to this village and continue ministering to them in words and deed through the Awe Star drama and medicine.
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