Mission Bush Pilot and Nurse

After spending three years in Guyana, South America, we have now moved to Bewani, 50 Km south of Vanimo, Papua New Guinea. We have started a new humanitarian aviation ministry here. In visiting with health officials and church people here, the need for an aviation program to reach into remote villages became very apparent. We are taking health workers and medicines/vaccines, into remote village airstrips and bringing out critically ill patients to the hospital. We also fly in educational materials for schools, as well as take in Bible workers. Toni is helping with the medical end of things, while Gary takes care of the flying part. We have several local lay missionaries we sponsor and we do ground transport for patients as well. We are volunteers here to serve our God and the unreached people of Papua New Guinea. We have a great need for more people to join in this effort.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Moving Forward











                                             Dr Larose McCluskey and James Wilson returned to Guyana again this month. They were here in the spring as well.
They went to two villages deep in the interior of Guyana and held medical clinics and then gave a seminar on the Sanctuary of the Old Testament and how it shows us about God and Heaven. They had the whole sanctuary set up at each place.

They saw hundreds of patients and did eye testing as well as gave out dozens of glasses.  People walked for days just to some see the doctor who was willing to come to the bush.










Over 100 people committed their lives to Christ after listening to their seminars and the Holy Spirit speaking to their hearts.  Many Bibles were given out and more are being requested.


Our van that we use for doing purchases here in town and hauling supplies and fuel to the airplane had been impounded since mid July over a mistaken identity problem with the hospital here. Yesterday after going to a second hearing with the judge, he finally ordered it released back to us.  It took all day to get it, but at closing last night we finally got it, even though they could not find the key.  It is so good to have our own transportation again after using taxis and buses for the last 4+ months.  That really took a lot of time and money.
 
In the month of November, we flew over 75 hours plus all the other work.  We are tired but excited to see how the Lord is leading here in Guyana to spread the message of His soon return.

Your prayers and financial help are making a big difference here in preparing souls for the kingdom of God. Thank you so much for being partners with us in our work here in Guyana. God will richly repay you as He has us.  The blessings we receive are greater than anything we can give. God Is So Good!!!


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