Tuesday, June 18

Steve Saint - The Next Chapter - One Year

For those who want to see how Steve Saint I'd doing one-year later here is a link to his latest video. Steve is a man of great faith and courage. Connie

The Next Chapter - "One Year" - Steve Saint

To watch the video please click the image below or follow this link to YouTube.
The Next Chapter - "One Year"
On June 12, 2012 Steve Saint was seriously injured while conducting an aerodynamic test with a rolling stand.  In this sixth chapter of the series, Steve Saint gives an update one year after he suffered an injury that nearly took his life. Though he has come a long way on this journey, he shares the reality of the difficulties he must face on a daily basis.  We are very thankful for all of the prayer and support, and we hope that you will continue to pray for Steve, his family, and I-TEC as we strive to walk His trail through each chapter in the story He is writing.

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Monday, June 17

Just the little things

I am returning from Kenya. While in Kenya I visited with the leaders of each of the Partners for Care programs. I realized the things the leaders of the programs asked for were little things that would make a difference for the many people they serve....

Dr. Mercy asked for a small cooler to transport vaccines. She wanted 3 spoons, a pitcher and a tray to show Moms how to mix solution to rehydrate their babies who were dehydrated.

Pastor Hirbo asked for a soccer ball and he needs vaseline to treat the jiggers in the children's feet

Sam wants more desks as he has so many students in 2nd Chance who want to learn

John just wanted to get two of his computers repaired as he has so many students

And, Pastor John needs a bed for one of the 10 children who now call him Dad.

Little things mean more people can reached by the Partners for Care staff. Thank you for supporting PFC so we can help Kenyans help those who need help.

Glad for those who use little things to help many,

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