I love what we do in MeMA. I think the missions are not only fulfilling our mandate to reach out to the ‘least of these’ but they also meet a real need for medical care and give hope.
I can’t even begin to understand the spiritual work that goes on behind the scenes as we do our activities. I believe peoples lives and destinies are changed just because we showed up.
We bring the kingdom of God to every camp and we build altars of praise for our God as we do the camps. I know it sounds spooky but that is how I see us. We don’t just bring medicine, we bring with us angels that whisper hope to people.
Its not easy doing this work. But the joy after a mission makes it worth all the trouble.
But we really need your support in whichever way you can.
You can make a simple committment to pray with us every Tuesday, or attend camps, or give your time to help plan or give us money to do it.
20bob a day for 20days can change the future of a region. What can you do? Everyone of us can do something. Allow yourself to be an instrument of hope, faith and love.
Are you willing to shape the eternity of someone else? Join this campaign..
We as the Medical Missions Africa offer FREE HEALTH CARE to our brothers and Sisters in great need in Kenya and Across Africa.
However, we are in great need of Medical Professionals who will give themselves freely for this service and Funding.
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Serving humanity is the least we can do. Here is some of our missionaries telling the story:
Evans Onyango in South Sudan Says,
" We arrived in Tonj safely even though the journey was very tiresome since it was my first time flight. The people here welcomed me so warmly unlike the stories we hear from our friends or media. Maybe it could be possible that it happens in other States or regions of South Sudan. The weather here was just like coastal side but pretty hotter than in Kenya. I was happy that I could see some have farms for cultivation but not big enough to support the community. The truth is war causes problems; those who suffers most are children, especially through diseases, malnutrition and illiteracy. Here they embrace the word of God and a non christian will tell you the truth that she/he doesn't go to church, unlike Kenya where someone can boldly tell you they go to church yet they don't. Within the facility I enjoyed morning devotions and church services on Sundays. They are well organized. In my mind, I was expecting to find a bigger facility well equipped with everything. I found a smaller developing facility but has all the basic medicines that can enable us to provide effective care to the needy patients. Another challenge was that patients lack health education thus a number still believe in witch doctors. This greatly contributes to high mortality rate. What I hate most here is the mosquito bites. Will share more as experiences come by."