San Hilarion is a hodge-podge of people that have moved here from different regions. The implication of this is that everybody has a slightly different accent. With words constantly being pronounced differently, comprehension is difficult for me.
There was no decision to make. Of course we would pay for the incubator. The hospital agreed to keep the baby until morning when we arrived with the money they needed.
Since the baby was released from the hospital she has been thriving in the loving care of her family. As you can see from this picture, she's healthy and happy. One would never guess that she was so close to dying. We're also excited to report that the kids' dad has been joining them at church and they are considering our marriage prep course later this year.
Words can't explain how grateful we are for the support of Team Carmody which continues to touch the lives of those most in need.
Thank you for taking time to read about what the Lord has been doing through Team Carmody. Please pray for our continued success as we work hard to preach the gospel and serve the poor here in Peru.
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