"Hey! We have pretty much no access to FB, just messaging sometimes. This trip has been absolutely insane. Everyone is doing very well, a few people have had some slight stomach things but nothing bad. I'm so full of joy that I have been on the verge of tears pretty much since we got on the airplane in ATL and have cried a lot. Not sobs or anything, just it's unreal how Gods presence is HERE.
The first day our nurse on staff asked if anyone could help her set up a clinic, so Cayley and Rachel have been getting legit field hours at the make shift hospital they set up at the school. Cayley and Rachel worked both days 8-5 so far, that has been the highlight of the trip. It is one of the coolest things I have ever witnessed! Taking blood pressures and temperatures, writing down symptoms and ages and assisting the head nurse (Bethany) with medicinal distribution, wound care, and anything she needs. They sit and talk with all of the patients, and it's people age 2-90. They have come from not just the school, but another school nearby and people are walking in from the town because they heard there is a clinic. We prayed outside the clinic the first day and I cried a lot because Cayley and Rachel are literally the hands and feet of Christ right now, healing the sick and broken and orphans and widows. Unreal. There were supposed to be a few nurses coming from northern Kenya to help and they bailed. So the Lord provided!
Allie spoke in the staff meeting this morning to all of the teachers about the school supplies we brought and she organized them all and helped distribute them. Alyssa and Jen and Shelby are having so much fun, and our trip leader Gideon made a special trip to town to buy a cake and ice cream to celebrate Shelby's birthday. Complete surprise!"