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Pray for The Leprosy Mission’s project in the Dosso and Tillabéri regions of Niger. Pray that TLM’s holistic approach will help to empower people affected by leprosy and other disabilities in those communities and that they will fully engage with the work. Pray also that the project will continue to address health and physical rehabilitation through the provision of mobility aids and access to healthcare; sanitation through the construction of latrines; livelihoods through micro-credit and grants; food security through grain banks and education through material support for children. Give thanks for the awareness raising that has already been carried out, about leprosy as a disease. This will help to reduce stigma and educate people on the need to come forward for early treatment to prevent disability. Pray for The Leprosy Mission’s project in the Dosso and Tillabéri regions of Niger. Pray that TLM’s holistic approach will help to empower people affected by leprosy and other disabilities in those communities and that they will fully engage with the work. Pray also that the project will continue to address health and physical rehabilitation through the provision of mobility aids and access to healthcare; sanitation through the construction of latrines; livelihoods through micro-credit and grants; food security through grain banks and education through material support for children. Give thanks for the awareness raising that has already been carried out, about leprosy as a disease. This will help to reduce stigma and educate people on the need to come forward for early treatment to prevent disability.
Marie N Arnachellum, United Kingdom
14:49 Thursday 5 May 2016
Dear Praying Friends and Ministry Partners,

At one point, he was trying so hard to talk to me - very vocal! Two of the nurses came over and said "he's looking right at you and he's trying to talk." It was so wonderful that they could see it and confirm it - not just my imagination or wishful thinking!! :)

Right before I arrived, Floyd had coughed so hard that he blew the cap off the tube in his throat. That was good too - that he's strong enough to do that.

One of the nurses came over and strongly called Floyd's name - "Mr. McClung." Floyd's eyebrows shot up! This nurse seems to have given up hope, so I thought that was encouraging for him to see.

A little later, Floyd kept trying to lift his shoulders and head up - noticeably so, like he was trying to sit up. Again, the nurses saw it. When I told the doctor, he said that's a very good sign.





Love,
Sally
Dear Praying Friends and Ministry Partners,

At one point, he was trying so hard to talk to me - very vocal! Two of the nurses came over and said "he's looking right at you and he's trying to talk." It was so wonderful that they could see it and confirm it - not just my imagination or wishful thinking!! :)

Right before I arrived, Floyd had coughed so hard that he blew the cap off the tube in his throat. That was good too - that he's strong enough to do that.

One of the nurses came over and strongly called Floyd's name - "Mr. McClung." Floyd's eyebrows shot up! This nurse seems to have given up hope, so I thought that was encouraging for him to see.

A little later, Floyd kept trying to lift his shoulders and head up - noticeably so, like he was trying to sit up. Again, the nurses saw it. When I told the doctor, he said that's a very good sign.





Love,
Sally
G. Stephen Goode, Thailand
08:07 Tuesday 29 Mar 2016
Latest From Sally McClung:
My day began with shocking news early this morning. Floyd's heart had stopped! It's a phone call you never want to get. They had resuscitated him and put him on a ventilator.
I rushed to the hospital. He has lots of wires and tubes, but is resting peacefully. In some ways it made me feel it may help his body heal. He was so agitated yesterday. I and some of our leaders stood by his bed and prayed life and health over him at various times today.
They think he had a small heart attack yesterday before the big one today.
His condition is bad. Septic shock is still impacting him. The very, very strong infection is still raging. There may still be something undiscovered. There is some fluid building on his lungs, so they are concerned about pneumonia. They just kept telling me over and over that it's critical.
We need some big miracles.
Latest From Sally McClung:
My day began with shocking news early this morning. Floyd's heart had stopped! It's a phone call you never want to get. They had resuscitated him and put him on a ventilator.
I rushed to the hospital. He has lots of wires and tubes, but is resting peacefully. In some ways it made me feel it may help his body heal. He was so agitated yesterday. I and some of our leaders stood by his bed and prayed life and health over him at various times today.
They think he had a small heart attack yesterday before the big one today.
His condition is bad. Septic shock is still impacting him. The very, very strong infection is still raging. There may still be something undiscovered. There is some fluid building on his lungs, so they are concerned about pneumonia. They just kept telling me over and over that it's critical.
We need some big miracles.
G. Stephen Goode, Thailand
00:29 Sunday 28 Feb 2016