This evening was a special time as we prayed through the wards for the nurses, the patients who will occupy the beds, the wasman who care for them, the chaplains and their ministry, the volunteers who come, Dr. Todd Winters and the Nazarene Hosptial Foundation and others who support us, the maintenance workers and the work they do, the cleaners, the surgery team, the babies we care for, the ones who will come to know Christ, the doctors who care for the patients, the clerks and business office folks, the pharmacy and the medicine that would heal by God's grace, the machines and equipment that support our work, the lab and xray staff and the work they do, those who worked to build this hospital, unity, PNG to be transformed, the love of Christ to be apparent in the lives of all who work here, and much more.
The move will start on the 4th and continue through the 6th. Pray for the move and the transition as we get use to doing things in our new hospital. Unfortunately, I won't be around for the move. I am heading to Thailand for a Samaritan's Purse conference with Becky. So Friday on call was my last time to work in the old hospital, and when I come back I will start afresh in the new hospital.