We were at the village of Masimba De Prarie and a family brought an 18 year old girl to me and another team member, Fran, for prayer just as the Jesus movie started. They mentioned that they wanted us to pray for her because she was unable to talk.
After breakfast, I introduced myself to the Muslim chief of the village who, on finding out I was a doctor, said that he should go to the clinic for medicine and prayer. So I asked if I could pray for him and Heidi said I could pray quickly.
While in the village of Masimba De Prarie I prayed for a woman complaining of leg pain and when I finished praying for her without an interpreter she motioned that everything was well and that the pain was gone. -- Wendy
In one of the villages, one of the kids with very poor, torn clothes (as most of them are), someone gave him half a sandwich and instead of eating it quickly before the other kids saw him, I'm sure he was very hungry, but instead he started cutting it into small pieces and divided it with other kids. I was very touched because this kid had nothing and he still gave it away. We have plenty, but do we do the same? -- Mariam