24.7.17

Building 19

There are few things more rewarding in life than watching someone you love, do something they love. It was such an honor to watch my husband work on this new two-story surgical ward from the very start (18 months ago) to it's completion (last week!). Although building hospitals in rural Africa has been one of Caleb's life-long dreams, the job is not without it's fair share of difficulties. Caleb has repeatedly mentioned how grateful he is that God provided the best mentor for this first major project through a wise, humble engineer with EMI, Tony Sykes. Together, with about 250 Burundian masons and builders, these men built one of the most beautiful hospital wards in all of East Africa. And on July 14, 2017, the President of Burundi came to open it up.

Please enjoy these pictures of the journey.



6 comments:

Rebekah said...

This is so exciting!! Congratulations on a job well done!

Linda S. said...

Oh I love to see the progress and hear about God's success stories. Way to go team! A job well done, Caleb! I am blessed to see God use you! Linda S.

Karen A. said...

It is beautiful! Congratulations on the finished project.

Amaris Allan said...

Yay! So exciting!

Nancy Love said...

WOW WOW WOW!!!!!! A HUGE AND MASSIVE BLESSING!!

Sandy said...

Praising God for this success! Well done, friends!!!