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Pray for Lea Lindero bringing health care to the needy people in the border area of Thailand and Burma.

October 15, 2014

The Kwai River Christian Hospital (KRCH) is located in rural Thailand near the Burma (Myanmar) border. It has 25 beds and employs two doctors and seven nurses. The population of the 10 villages primarily served by the hospital is mostly farmers or small shopkeepers. The hospital also serves as a referral center for several nearby refugee camps, which are supported by such organizations as the Burma Border Consortium, the American Refugee Committee and Doctors Without Borders.

Lea comments, “I am living the kind of life I desired as a child; helping to serve the needs and interests of other people, especially the patient.” As the head nurse at KRCH, Lea schedules all the staff in addition to working with outpatients and in the emergency room.

She writes: I praise God for continued blessings on me and safe journey when I’m in the States visiting churches friends and relatives. I came back from the States in September. I had a good visit and enjoyed my time there.

A missionary with Global Inter Action (GIA, Australian Baptist Mission) Jan Yawan had a surgery of her abdominal hernia the other day. Please pray for her for the speedy recovery and hope no complication so she can travel to attend the TBMF (Thailand Baptist Missionary Fellowship) annual conference this coming month in Chiangmai.

I also appreciate your prayer for our good health and also for our good working relationship among the KRCH staff.

Also please includes the pupils and students in this area who most of them have red eyes (Conjunctivitis) and some of the school were closed for a couple of days.

I also appreciate your prayer for my mom and for my sister who takes care of her in the Philippines.