Dear Dr. Gayle and Nita,
You are still on the plane back home right now. I am sure that you are tired after the hardworking 12 days trip. But word cannot express our gratitude to you and the services you provide to our children. During these 12 days, I see and learn many things from you. Most of all, I see the heart of the Father in you and Nita. You demonstrate the tender love, the patient heart, and the perseverance attitude to serve the needy people. You are not only provided service to us but also demonstrate the servant attitude and godly character.
You work on the teeth of around 70 kids and adults and examine about 80 kids and adults teeth. You examine the eyes of about 500 students and provide the glasses for about 150 pairs. You leave us the rest of the glasses you have and donate additional funding for the 350 students we examined. You also leave us with many dental accessories and chair, and also the pedal to examine the eyes.
Nothing we could ask for more for what you and your team have done for us. You have demonstrated His love and passion to the needy. You set the model of servant leadership with a big heart and loving in His kingdom.
I am sorry that we schedule too much work for you and not even have enough time for you to shop for souvenir. And you guys didn’t eat lunch today before going to the airport. I feel bad about this. Will make sure that we will save time for you to shop next time. We are definitely eager and long for that you can come back next year. Since you know how it is now and you can also tell us how you want to schedule next time.
Once again, thank you for everything you have done for us. May He greatly bless you and richly reward you in His kingdom. Attached please find the electronic photo of I gave you today. Hope you like them.
In Him, and working with same purpose
Andy & Yvonne
Dear Dr. Gayle and Nita,
I and the members of VBC in Baguio City Philippines wanted to thank you and the medical team for coming to minister to the folk in Baguio City. This is the first time we have had a medical team come to our church to help in the way that you all did. What made it a real blessing was the number of professions of faith we had that day. We had 127 professions of faith in Christ. What a blessing to see peoples physical needs met by these dear folk from America, but we also rejoice even more in the decisions for Christ that were made that day. We all at VBC and others would like to THANK YOU for you sacrificial labors in our church. Your presence and help had opened doors to people who normally would never step into a Baptist Church. May the Lord bless you ten fold for your medical efforts around the world.