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Phil and Linda Byler, missionaries in Sudan
November 24, 2011 7:02 pm
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We soared for eight days above the beautiful Congo forests, grasslands, mountains and towns. We received celebrity welcomes at the six medical centers we visited. We slept in the homes of the previous generation of missionaries. We were amazed at the thriving hospitals almost twenty years after the missionaries had fled the war zone. We were blessed by the commitment of the young Congolese doctors to minister spiritually as well as physically to the patients. Everywhere, the top of the request list was for a specialist to come and upgrade the generalist medical skills. We came away with the redefined strategy to send medical specialists to “Equip, Empower, and Encourage” the young medical staff. Meanwhile Dr. Phil was able to encourage them to look to the Greatest Specialist Physician for their personal wisdom and empowerment to become better physicians. Phil returned home from these eight days with a much clearer vision and enthusiasm for our mission partnership in Congo.

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