SNACK Program Medical Mission

Children have come to have a check-up by the medical team

Children have come to have a check-up by the medical team

We love the children of Cambodia. Sadly, many children lack basic medical attention that many of us take for granted. After a visit to the nutrition program, some brethren decided to try to make a difference for these precious little ones.

Sharon looks on as Dr. Sela evaluates a child

Sharon looks on as Dr. Sela evaluates a child

Dr. Tola with assistance from Sreynang and our Theary administers the meds prescribed by the other doctors

Dr. Tola with assistance from Sreynang and our Theary administers the meds prescribed by the other doctors

L to R, Dr. Rada, Dr. Sela, Sreynang, and Dr. Tola take a lunch break at the pharmacy area

L to R, Dr. Rada, Dr. Sela, Sreynang, and Dr. Tola take a lunch break at the pharmacy area

So in September we hosted our first SNACK Program Medical Mission to one of the villages we serve. In all, 163 patients were seen by our Cambodian doctors from Cambodia Christian Ministries (http://cambodiaministries.org/) while our evangelists shared the good news with those waiting for care.

SNACK Evangelist, Sun is sharing the Good News story with those waiting for their children to see the doctors.

SNACK Evangelist, Sun is sharing the Good News story with those waiting for their children to see the doctors.

SNACK Evangelist, Daen is teaching about the Great Physician

SNACK Evangelist, Daen is teaching about the Great Physician

Please say a prayer of thanksgiving for the children, the medical team and for the donors. May God cause faith in Him to grow by our service to these villagers.

A young girl explains her health struggles to Dr. Sela

A young girl explains her health struggles to Dr. Sela while her father looks on and others await their turn

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About Mission Cambodia

Dennis and Sharon minister in Phnom Penh to share the “Good News” of Jesus to the Cambodian people. Dennis trains in sowing, watering, disciple-making, church-planting, discipleship and leadership. Sharon directs the SNACK Program, an holistic outreach to poor, malnourished children and their families in the Cambodian countryside.
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