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On a Quest to Find Eye Patients Who Eagerly Await Help

Swazis who have vision troubles come to rural mobile hospital outreaches throughout the country throughout the year.   If their eye problems cannot be resolved that day with prescription or reading eyeglasses, the patients’ names, cont...

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When Brothers and Sisters Give Together in Unity

North Idaho churches burst forth with unified generosity recently.   It started out as a community offering, which turned into a Christmas miracle, which now spreads into an explosion of 2018 blessings.   Eleven Sandpoint area churches ...

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Glimmer of Hope from Eyes That Grew Dimmer

He could see when he was a boy. Then his eyesight grew dimmer and dimmer. Why? No one could tell him. Then hope returned when The Luke Commission agreed to treat him. Eyeglasses might help. They didn’t. Contacts might be the answer to better si...

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Surprise! From Gogo's Back to New Wheelchair

This grandmother (gogo) had not eaten all day. As soon as she was done at The Luke Commission mobile hospital, she said she was walking home to collect green leaves and grasses to cook for supper.   Gogo Sefangani Mndzebele came to the rural T...

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One, Two, Three, Four Prayers Answered in One

Often when God answers a long-standing, long-pleading prayer, we discover He is responding to others’ prayers, too.   Just ask Missi Schmelzenbach. And then prepare to shed a few tears with her. Some tears are just meant to be.   ...

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Compelled to Come, Grateful to Leave with His New Cart

His older brother accompanied the 38-year-old man who shook as he walked, weak and wobbly on his feet.   Sibusiso Kunene of rural Swaziland was brought to a Luke Commission mobile hospital outreach, “because someone told me I must come t...

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Dying Well...

Dying well reflects living well, seeking to make amends where needed and then letting go sadly but triumphantly. That’s what The Luke Commission’s patient Eric Maphosa did before he died a few weeks ago. Granting us permission to tell ...

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Vitamin B12 Deficiency Links Two Boys

Two boys, two unusual diagnoses, and two lives have joined together for a journey into wellness…   Sibongelo Mavuso, age 16 years, met Mlando Ndzima, only 9 years, yesterday at The Luke Commission’s Miracle Campus. Both suffer fro...

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BUILT to MOVE

Build a greenhouse. Then move that greenhouse to the portion of the Miracle Campus farm where vegetables are grown to feed staff and patients year round.   It’s a project that takes skill. And team work. Don’t forget the teamwork. ...

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When Your Young Brother Dies, Then What?

All the stories about The Luke Commission's patients touch our hearts. But some, like this one of Samu and her only brother, epitomize the why, what, when, where and how we do as we do in Swaziland. Thank you for all you do, too.  - Blessin...

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