Bethesda Medical Center
Please pray with us as we seek to build a 225-bed hospital in Port-au-Prince. We are praying for the donation of land in order to begin the project.
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This sweet little girl needs our help and thanks to contributions from you, she is coming to the U.S this month!. She is Haitian and lives near Port Au Prince. Baudelynne (daughter of our wonderful pastor friend, Jean Baptiste) suffers from diabetes. Her school work is suffering and she is struggling with vision problems likely due to the incorrect amount of insulin. She will receive testing and see specialists while here.
I met Baudelyne on my last trip to Haiti. We told her that we wanted to take a picture of her to share with others in order to help her. Her response touched my heart. She said that she wanted us to take a picture of her but not just for her, but for all of the other children in Haiti struggling with diabetes. She wants to start an organization to raise support and awareness for all Haitian Diabetic children.
Her father, as he was translating for her, commented that he doesn’t know where that comes from. I do. Her compassion for others comes from the example of her father and mother and the compassion they show to others. Jean Baptiste has started a school & orphanage and has awesome God-given visions for the future of Haiti. His compassion and love to Haiti is so electric that his children can’t help but follow his example.
Please pray for Baudelynne's trip here. Pray for safety as she travels and also, as she is traveling without her family, pray that she will be at peace and ease any anxiety or fears. Pray also that the wonderful doctors volunteering to help her would be able to care for her needs and provide her with long term solutions to help the symptoms of her diabetes.
Please contact Bekah (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you’d like to be kept up to date with her story.