MSC Healthcare Workers on the Front Lines
Many MSC workers serve the Lord by providing healthcare to those who have no other access or who cannot afford any other option. Many of these are staying in the mission field throughout the current COVID-19 pandemic and we are encouraging prayer for these workers as they put themselves at extra risk for the sake of Christ and those He loves.
Sam is a medical doctor working in Angola in a clinic on the mission station at Biula. Sam writes “We are not willing to go yet…I guess I am in a unique position as a doctor. I have been active in local municipal planning meetings and visiting village to village giving public health talks. There is still more to do.” Please pray for protection for the family. Their children Jesse, Seth and Abigail are also with them.
Tom and Lois were commended from Huntingville, Quebec in 1978. Lois is Hospital administrator and a surgical nurse at the Ika Christian Mission Hospital, which provides healthcare in a remote region of Nigeria.
Georgia is from British Columbia and is a midwife who runs the Abundant Grace of God Maternity Centre in Tabuk, Philippines, along with her husband Awoy. They have three children
Rebekah comes from Corner Brook, Newfoundland, and is a nurse at the Loloma Mission Hospital in Zambia.
Julie comes from Thunder Bay, ON and is a nurse at Loloma Mission Hospital in Zambia
Margie comes from Portage La Prairie, MB is a nurse who operates a clinic in a village in Zambia.
Gordon is the Administrator at Chitokoloki Mission Hospital and also has wide ranging responsibilities in supporting the medical work throughout Zambia. Ruth works tirelessly in managing the supplies that are received in support of hospital operations.
Marian comes from Manitoba, and has been a nurse at Loloma Mission Hospital since 1964.