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Beth Uhlig 2013

“Entertaining Angels” It was near the end of a busy day at our makeshift clinic in Kenya as patients were shuffled through the stations of our strategically placed benches. We weren’t taking in any more patients, which landed us in that blessed hour when most people were done with their jobs for the day and […]

July 4, 2013 in Our Stories by

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Greg Hoy

It did not take a physician to determine that something was wrong with the man’s legs. As I gazed down upon swollen toes and gnarled legs, my mind wandered and I found myself back in Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport embarking on the journey of my life. I had been invited to accompany a Baylor medical mission team […]

July 4, 2013 in Our Stories by

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The Death and Life of Philida Nyangwara Obondi

Philida Nyangwara Obondi, a Bethlehem Home elder who had been with the group from the beginning in 2001, died on October 25, 2012.  Philida had esophageal cancer which was not diagnosed until the week before she died from uncontrolled bleeding.  She was born in 1946, married in 1959, and was preceded in death by her […]

January 4, 2013 in Letters, Our Stories by

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Robert Guidangen

Moses – my translator and Kenyan brother – turns to me and says with weighted words, “He wants to know if you could give him something to hope for.”  Money? Food? Clothes?  What could I give but the simple necessities I had brought with me?Michael.  He is a man of few words but with eyes […]

August 5, 2012 in Our Stories by

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Beth Uhlig 2012

How can you survive two weeks in Africa without your luggage? There’s really no secret to it. You just do, when it happens to you. I was a little intimidated the first night, after such a long day (or two days??) of traveling. I stood in the Nairobi airport late at night, the minutes dragging […]

July 18, 2012 in Our Stories by

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Vivian Nguyen

When I first made the decision to go on this trip, I had already felt in my heart that it would be a gigantic milestone in both my own life and in my spiritual journey towards my greater understanding of what God intends to show and teach me and what He wants for me to do. […]

June 23, 2012 in Our Stories by

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Jae Kim

The Kenyans, especially the children in the plateau, address us as ‘mzungu.’ This Swahili word literally means an ‘aimless wanderer,’ but is often used interchangeably with the term ‘white person’ or ‘foreigner.’ The word ‘mzungu’ is not derogatory. In fact, whenever I hear this word, it evokes a heart-warming scene in which I see the Kenyan […]

February 16, 2012 in Our Stories by

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Katie Benjamin

Everyday brought new opportunities: a chance to meet a friendly face, see a child smile, or hear someone laugh with joy. Everyday also brought new challenges: climbing down the plateau and climbing back up again, trying to communicate in a strange new language, or seeing an incredibly sick child with his or her mother waiting […]

February 16, 2012 in Our Stories by

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“Bethlehem Home”- a poem by Mama Lisa

“BETHLEHEM HOME”  To run embrace Habil our father-son To see the promised land where there was none To see the desert bring forth fruit for him To stumble over rocks he sees as gems Has brought us home to Bethlehem again. To jump with Mama Faith and fierce Masai To join the tribes whose enmity […]

January 9, 2012 in Our Stories by

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Stephanie Allen

It was late afternoon of day one on the plateau. Dr. Baker called up our last patient to the bench. Baby Rosemary, 2 months old, chief complaint was swelling of the eyes.  I scanned the packet for important details. I noted that the mother was HIV positive and determined that 3 kilos was much too small […]

January 8, 2012 in Our Stories by

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