Today was my last day at Strive Physical Therapy. 11 weeks flew by so quickly! The staff is awesome and I am going to miss seeing them every week. I am excited to get back out in the field, but I wish I could take these new friends with me. I know I couldn’t have … More Graduation Day!
Here I go again, updating you all while sitting in the airport awaiting my flight. I feel like I am always rushing right before a project, so the easiest place to update you all is while I am waiting for my flight 🙂 This time I am going to Ecuador with MedWater. Our focus as … More Ecuador with MedWater
As always, the week of training at Equip has flown by! I am back in an airport terminal (Asheville) and as I wait for my flight, I have two distinct thoughts; (1) I have learned more then I anticipated during this week of training; (2) airport terminals make me hungry! Obviously, I am going to … More To train in a community, you have to first be their student
There is a framed poem hanging up in the small chapel on Providence Farm. “There are places in West Africa where the only water you will see is tears – bitter tears that mothers weep, and the tears water the ground where their children sleep” I think it hangs there to break our hearts so … More Without vision, people perish.
I am sitting in the Philadelphia Airport right now waiting to head to NC for a week long training course at Equip! I am going to take a class called Community Health Evangelism (CHE). CHE is a model where trainers teach community leaders (in third-world villages) how they can address their physical, social and spiritual … More My bags are packed, I’m ready to go!
We traveled around the village teaching our hosts how to pick appropriate locations for the wells. The village was larger then I had expected and had a trench system along each street that brought water from a large canal into the village. The water was all runoff water so it is grossly contaminated. It was … More Final words on Tajikistan