posted on February 02, 2016 10:40
Photo Above: ELWA Hospital; Male & Female wards in foreground, OR & OB top left, pediatrics & administration on 2nd floor on right, Doctors' offices on 1st floor; pharmacy & out patient dept. behind that, and ER, Lab & Radiology in rear (by the road). Far left is kitchen & laundry.
He told them, "The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field. Luke 10:2
ELWA is a hive of activity these days, as Ebola has faded into the background. The new hospital complex is nearing completion, the new studio building continues construction, and many buildings desperately need renovation, due to the effects of time and salt air. With so many projects needed, what is also needed is staff. ELWA Academy has opened a 10th grade class, and is looking forward to building a high school building to add 11th and 12th grades.
The good news is that the Alan and Cherie Shea are returning on February 11th, and Alan's technical expertise will be quickly put to use. Randy and Mary Anna Wingenroth are flying out February 2, and Randy will take over as Construction Manager. February 6, Steve and Carol Kejr are returning as well. Steve will be working with Alan and a team from Kansas to overhaul one of the generators.
There is still a great need for additional workers, and fortunately, there is a place to find out just who is needed at http://sim.org/index.php/opportunity/country/LR. Note the high priority for a general surgeon and primary care physicians, and IT specialist, and Christian radio consultant, and youth mentor, and a Manya Literacy coordinator, as well as many others. Click on the positions listed to find out more information.
Information about various projects in all areas of ministry in Liberia is available at http://sim.org/index.php/project/country/LR. Again, click on each project for more information.
If you sense God's call to serve in Liberia, please contact SIM at P.O. Box 7900, Charlotte, NC 28241, or call 1-800-521-6449, or at http://www.simusa.org/about/contact-us/.
Judy Koci February 2, 2016