Medical team serves 500 in Panama

Medical team serves 500 in Panama

by | 28 Feb, 2018

A medical team served Panama's Central District by reviewing vital signs and providing general medical care, medicines, and optometry. The team reached 500 people between 5 and 8 February, sharing the message of the gospel in addition to providing medical services.

The communities served were La Industrial, Playa Chiquita, Nueva Esperanza, the Wagandi region, the community of Tabardi, and the Guna area of Panama, which is an island located in Lake Bayano. This island has no health center, so the people of Guna and their leaders were very grateful to have this need met.

Eliezel Soto, Work & Witness coordinator for Panama, thanked Pastor Rob Prince, Jack Stoker, the Flint Church of the Nazarene, and Central District church teams for their work and asks for prayers for the church and the district.

--Church of the Nazarene Mesoamerica

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