Psalm 66:5 (NKJV) “Come and see the works of God; He is awesome in His doing toward the sons of men.” The whole town rejoiced at the wonderful things that God was doing. We have testimonies of so many lives turned round as people encounter Jesus in a dynamic, radical way. All of our converts are
Psalm 66:5 (NKJV) “Come and see the works of God; He is awesome in His doing toward the sons of men.” The whole town rejoiced at the wonderful things that God was doing. We have testimonies of so many lives turned round as people encounter Jesus in a dynamic, radical way. All of our converts are water baptized, many went through deliverance and baptised by the Holy Spirit. There were 15 Doctors, 30 Nurses, 6 Pharmacists, 15 Pharmacy Technicians, 5 Laboratory Scientists, 40 Non medical Assistants, 191 Counsellors and 53 Ushers in the medical team. There were also hundreds of more people working with the children, business empowerment, welfare, transportation, music, accommodation etc.
Below is summary of the activities that took place during Awe outreach.
- General consultations – 1,369 out of which 37 cases were referred to a teaching hospital
- Dental Unit handled 19 cases – 9 tooth extraction, 3 scaling and polishing while 7 cases were referred to a hospital.
- Surgery – 31 cases were registered, out of which 14 surgeries were performed and 17 referred
- Eye and Ophthalmic – 753 patients were attended to. 303 free reading glasses were given out while 24 cataract surgeries were carried out.
- Pharmacy – Free drugs were administered to 1,177 people.
- Laboratory Tests –
- Blood glucose – 359
- Urinalysis – 124
- Retroviral sensitivity – 491
- Hepatitis B screening – 41
- Cervical Smear – 124 screened, 10 are to go for rescreening
- Surgery at Banby Hospital – 15 patients referred to Banby hospital for various surgeries had their surgeries successfully done and have all gone home.
- New convert – 1,174
- People baptised – 141
23 years old Jubril Alao whose leg was amputated has been pegged for prosthesis . He has changed his name to Gabriel Alao.
Bukola had her arm broken in two places for years. She could not afford to hospital fees. She was operated upon for free.
Timothy Bankole from Badagry can now read bold letters on the wall or board.
Bunmi was mentally unwell got healed during the programme. She is now going through rehabilitation. She was an undergraduate student of the University of Ilorin some years ago when she became unwell, roaming around the street in rags till she met with Jesus in the programme.
Taiwo with a heart failure who was referred to UCH Ibadan is now improving very well.
Upon reflection, let us consider the things we can do for others – there are many more Bukolas, Timothys, sister Gloria, Taiwo, out there who need your help. I sign off today with these words ‘Now this is eternal life: that they may know you and we may know you more, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent’ (John 17:3).