A LIFE CHANGING SOCCER BALL
A boy named Auboo was leading his blind father with a long stick, down a hot and dusty road in Central Africa. Their poor family could no longer support them, so they had to beg and seek shelter as they wandered from town to town… UNTIL the day that everything changed. A van stopped and a man stepped out and asked...
The whole town of Moca is still talking about you that the compassion and love you gave to all of them. My phone is ringing every minute; people are just crazy about the project in the best way. The boy that Dr. Cooke did with congenital cataracts who was blind (Juan Daniel) is 20/30 and he is is very happy, I wish you could all see his face.”
"“A wonderful experience in Nicaragua.” Part of me is reluctant to sit down and write my thoughts and observations because it is so hard to put in to words, but I am also concerned if I don’t do it now time will pass and I will never write this email.
I don’t expect to find the words. .I am not sure....
"I see about one bilaterally blind person a year at my practice in Minneapolis," stated Steve Anderson, MD, my friend and co-worker in the mission field, We saw many bilaterally blind people per day on our month long outreach to West Kalimantan.