But since my first visit to the trash dump, God has repeatdly reminded me that He is bigger than this.
On any given day, depending on how many patients need to be seen, I may need go to 6 different clinics/hospitals located at opposite ends of the city. Transportation is what usually keeps us from getting all those who we are treating that day into a clinic. Traffic is a mess in Addis, and adds to time lost, all medical facilities close for lunch anywhere from 1-2 hours. Nothing is done by appointment.. it is all by drop in on a first come first serve basis. I may set out in the morning with a van full of kids who need to medical treatment, and at the end of day only half of them actually got in to see a doctor or nurse. So we head back to Korah, only to set out again the next day with the 3 who didn't get seen the day before, and add 4-6 more kids to the mix and so the cycle continues, as does the sickness, and the feelings of hopelessness in those patients who over and over do not get the help they need.
So I do have a big dream. A big dream for Korah and Project61. It is a dream that will fail without the Lords help. It is going to take a miracle to make it happen. But with the Lord their are no limits to what He can accomplish, of that I'm sure. I've been blessed to see our limitless God in action over the past few months in the way that he is bringing his plan to fruition with baby Juddah.
Korah needs a clinic that can serve His people. I am asking you to stand in the gap with me and Project61 as we pray for a clinic for Korah. Can you join us in prayer for a clinic for Korah? It is a big dream, but God is Bigger!
Here is a link to the song so you can listen if you'd like!