Beautiful indeed.
#1 Sher Sutherland on 2010-05-17 17:26
You're beautiful too Ali!
#2 janfrn on 2010-05-17 18:41
Ali, you've such a way with words. Keep doing what you're doing and know that God is with you and Phil every step of the way!
Love ya!
#3 Beckie on 2010-05-17 19:26
It was an honor to play a small role in her life while on the ship! She's a special gal.
#4 Liz Cantu on 2010-05-17 20:25
Love it! Glad you are back. :-)
#5 Lori Schneider (Homepage) on 2010-05-18 02:08
You girl's are doing such a good job taking care of those sweet little lives. We are proud of what you are doing, even though at times you feel that you are just using a quick fix. We are blessed to have the ability to go to a hospital here in the states and get help. We take that for granted.I pray that you stay safe and continue being Jesus to the hurting. Blessings! Carol Downard
#6 Carol Downard on 2010-05-18 16:14
Carol, all I can say is that it is SO good to have Beth back with us! I didn't realize just how much I'd missed her over the past 2 years until she came back to me! =)
#6.1 Ali C. (Homepage) on 2010-05-18 17:14
ali - I am so thrilled that you were blessed to be one of Aissa's nurses. My daughter, Melissa, spent 10 weeks in Cameroon at the Meskine Hospital last fall. She worked with Sarah Root and fell deeply in love with Aissa. in fact, the little blue dress she wore was one that melissa had made for her while they were there. I had just done a story on aissa and gave the link to the mercy ship when one of my blog readers led me here!

Thank you for being used of God and making a difference in the lives of these precious children.

In Him,
#6.1.1 Beth Herring (Homepage) on 2010-06-15 00:16
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