From https://sway.com/xUucVIAPvdJh3PKR, translated by Google
Jesse, from Christ Family Church, shares about the team’s action-packed day. From creating safer living conditions to providing mobility for those who were without, they are striving to make the greatest difference possible with the time they are given.
After the goats were gone, we came back to the campus to pick up a PET (Personal Energy Transportation) cart for a young man of 14 who has a very small disfigured body. Because he would be unable to propel the cart himself, this one was modified to include a handle for pulling him. The visit with him was a joy for everyone because this young man has a beautiful smile and a joyful spirit. Our Haitian companions were very engaged with him and were excited to pull him in the cart for a trial run. Christi was happy that we had that opportunity because it proved that further modifications are needed.
AQUI LES DEJO VARIOS EJEMPLOS DE PERSONAS QUE CAMBIARON SU ESTILO DE VIDA. Y DEJARON DE PEDIR DINERO. Ahora trabajan por su propia cuenta. Si te gusta comenta y danos alguna sugerencia constructiva.
Facebook Translation: Here I leave several examples of people who changed their lifestyle. And they stopped asking for money. Now they work on their own. If you like comment and give us some constructive suggestions.
Continue reading “Modified Mobility Carts enable commercial endeavors in Guatemala”
“What you see in the truck are #PETs(Personal Energy Transportation) they are built at New Life Center the organization I’m working in Ministry with. Once they finishing making them, they are given freely to the disabled people all over Zambia and some parts of Africa. Today the PETs where delivered to Chingola. Its a blessing to give away such gifts.They are really helpful and easy to use.”
by RICHARD STEPHENS on MARCH 8, 2017
Mzimba Boma Malawi … It is far too easy for most people to take their feet and legs for granted. Each morning as our eyes open we move quickly from our beds and begin activities for the day. We do not give it a second thought. Walking from here to there takes place without even thinking; the bed to the kitchen, kitchen to konde (room to greet visitors), konde to the outdoors, and then to the broader world around us. We do it with ease, without thought. Our legs and feet are always there, and always ready to give us a lift wherever we want to go. Continue reading ““I could move about in only a limited way. Now I am able to move long distances,” he grins”
The Gumpel Family Team spent their day in Haiti assembling and distributing PET carts! These carts give the freedom to those who are immobile. Continue reading “Many Hands for Haiti – Transporting Freedom”