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My Granddaughter

Report from Debbie about Grace who had her 1st surgery for scoliosis this week. Chad, our son,  talked to Beka, our granddaughter and Grace is doing great. They though she would be there for a week to 10 days but she maybe able to go home tomorrow. They will…

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May 9th

Forgive me but the pain will not subsize working on my commuter. But we were blessed to get three new children so theLord has blessed us with over 2 new children in 12 days. Adam took  one dozen older boys to donate blood for a young man…

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Grace

My great granddaughter, Grace, came through the scoliosis surgery in New Orleans very well. She will be in pain for a while I supple but prayers are what are necessary. So thank you all. I guess my old age is making my recovery very slow. We…

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WEDNESDAY

Dottie is taking good care of me Our precious  little great granddaughter, Grace, will have surgery on her spine tomorrow morning. She is only two and has scoliosis. PLEASE! Pray for her. This is the beginning of years of therapies and surgeries. PLEASE! I have a lot…

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SEPTEMBER SCHEDULE

MIKE & DOTTIE USA SCHEDULE- SEPTEMBER 2014 Friday, Sept 5th 6:30pm Amana Christian Fellowship, Maurice, LA Sunday, Sept 7th 9:30am Word Of Life, Patterson, LA Pm open Wednesday, Sept 10th open Sunday, Sept 14th AM open 5:30pm Second Chance Ministries, Lucedale, MS Wednesday, Sept 17th open Sunday, Sunday…

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Sunday

Everyone has been so nice. Candy and Sharon have both provided food and Monday Kate will provide lunch. There I a team here from Destin, Florida and their youth pastor, Jeremy, preached for me today. I cannot believe how very good I feel today. It is 100%…

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I am home

I wish I could tell you I feel fine but honestly it hurts so badly. However, I fell better and I have two wonderful caregivers with Dottie & Tim. Tony and Josue have been doing all of the other banking, buying, paying bills, etc. My surgeon came…

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Saturday

My surgeon told me to quit acting sick. He has informed me to walk 15 minutes every hour but not in my pajamas, slipper, etc. We have allowed each dormitory to come through and see me, gived m a hug & realize I am in pain but…

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Matthew Levi #2

This is Cindy so we both are both at home. But I did part of the monthly report and part of the financial report and simply went to sleep from noon until 7pm when Dottie woke me up. Still have pain!

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Matthew Levi #1

I cannot imagine feeling as well as I do. I was in such pain today but walked a little and then set in a hardback chair Analy and Gladys bought for me. So I read and studied for nearly 2 hours while Tony did the banking and then…

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James and John #6

I have not given enough credit to Dr. Hines as well as Aroldo. Aroldo has a heart for those dialysis children that cannot be measured. His love for the children ever since Antony was here & passed way has been something to behold. He will someday be…

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James and John #4

25th: Surgery day! And wouldn’t you know that a 5 year old fell in the baby dorm after being run over by a herd of little girls and broke his arm. Josue’ took him to the hospital & his elbow was fractured requiring surgery. Mine was a…

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James and John #3

Tim, Josue’ & Aroldo accompanied Dr. Hines to see the dean of the medical school, Dr. Alfaro, and it appears we will be getting a pediatrician from the university. Wouldn’t that be awesome? Walter met with the Department of Labor and the outcome was that the judge moved…

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James & John #2

Dr. Hines was busy first thing this morning drawing blood from the dialyses children and analyzing it on the chemistry analyzer that he brought us. Josue’ picked up his automobile which Telemedicine purchased for him so he can travel within Central America on their behalf. Dottie and I…

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James and John#1

It has been a rough last few months for Christian workers as Easter Sunday another man of God passed away. Bill Walsworth of Shreveport preached the Easter Sunday morning sermon and retired to his home for lunch and then a few hours later suffered a massive heart…

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Nathaniel Bartholomew #2

Dottie and I are both exhausted as we left at 8:30am & saw 3 doctors for pre-operation exams and got home at 7pm. But I am blessed as the lung xrays, the electrocardiogram and all of the blood work were better than anyone could have expected. So I…

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Nathaniel Bartholomew #1

Easter Sunday! Oh, how I love this day! The greatest day of my life was the day that Jesus came into my life and without the death, burial and resurrection of the Son of God this day would be like any other. But the day I met Jesus…

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Philip #4

Ron & Tanya left Saturday but Bill & Janet are staying for services Sunday & leaving on Monday. Dottie and I will take them to the airport and then pick up blood work, X-rays and the electrocardiogram for the internist who will tell the surgeon if I…

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Philip #3

I felt well enough to work in the Christmas bodega. Tim says that is my refuge and my place where I find the most peace. Last year during this very week Marlin and her sister's grandmother passed away. Today their grandfather passed away. A local church came…

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Philip #2

I have been trying to get everything in order as to banking, university tuitions, etc so that Dottie will not have any problems while I am in the hospital. When Jesus was half-way through His 3 year ministry a large crowd gathered to hear Him. They remained…

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