Approximately 850 patients later, #TeamGambia saw their last patients for this part of the mission... Well at least in a mobile clinic setting. Dr. Nunley, one of the Awe Star Country Coordinators, is remaining for the entire trip and will continue to see some patients by appointment only. Our Breaking Borders Medical team will depart tomorrow.
Today the students performed the Awe Star drama in church and then again at the start of the medical clinic this evening. Many Muslims heard the gospel multiple times throughout the last couple of days, and today God awakened their hearts for Him. Seeing so many come to know Jesus is what gave our team members the endurance to keep going.
One more triage, one more exam, one more lab, one more injection.... it was all for that one more. Because that one more could be the divine encounter that the whole day was arranged for.
Thank you for praying for us, especially these last few days. Jesus has done so much and has enabled so many to hear the gospel for the first time.
Tomorrow #TeamGambia will take a day of rest. They will sleep in a bit, wash clothes, and rejuvenate, preparing for another 10 days of intense ministry using the Awe Star drama......Oh and I don’t want to forget... visit the local monkey park.