On behalf of Hills View, Mpezeni Park, and Musekela Churches of Christ, we would like to express our deepest and heartfelt gratitude as the youths in Chipata District for your support. We thank you for granting us permission to use your institutional bus to facilitate the transportation of Musekela, Mpezeni Park and Hills view Churches of Christ youths to the National Youth Conference. We truly appreciate your assistance and we hope and pray that the great and powerful God we serve will continue to bless you all.
On Saturday we went back to the Hospital for a review on both of Goodwin’s eyes. The Doctors were very happy that the eyes are healing very well. They think that at the rate his eyes are healing, he may not need INTACS. We will meet the doctors again on Wednesday at 08:30 Hours for another review.
Yesterday we went for the Sunday Worship Service here in Central Delhi where there is a Congregation of the Lord’s Church. I think that it may have been started by J.C. Choate. Wesaw a number of books in the fowyer as we walked in the Church building for worship. It was very good to partake of the Lord’s Supper. Tears rolled from my eyes as we sang the song, ” Take the name of Jesus with you… Precious name Oh how sweet.” I said to my self how can this be possible? All I know is that I came here to seek treatment for my son but it was a great joy to meet brothers and sisters in Christ who I never knew I had. The Church received us very well and inquired about the work of the Lord in the eastern part of Zambia.
The Church has requested me to preach this Sunday. An opportunity which I gladly accepted. Truely God is always faithful and Good.
Thank you for your love and care.
Photos from India
Ireen and Goodwin at the Sharp Eye Hospital.
Brother Sunny David one of the Church Leaders at Chittaranjan Park Church of Christ in Central India with Goodwin and Ireen after the Sunday Church Service. Goodwin has to wear shades for all outside activities.
I wish to inform you that the first procedure (C3R) was successfully carried out on Goodwin’s right eye. We have just come back from the hospital and he is sleeping. It was a one hour procedure. What remains now is to wait for the eye to fully recover before the doctors can carry out the same procedure on the left eye.
Our understanding is that the recovery period is up to one week from today (March 17). Tomorrow morning we will go back to the hospital at 8:30 AM for a review of the right eye from the doctor who conducted the procedure. Our hope and prayer is that all will be well.
Thank you very much for making this procedure possible for Goodwin.
Wellington and Ireen