I experienced a Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course this past weekend with several other Pine Valley staff members. Our instructor was fantastic. He would teach, then we would complete a very realistic scenario (as either the victim or the rescuer), and finish by debriefing our reactions and decisions. I didn’t think my emotions would be as engaged as they were at times, but even in a simulation, your imagination can run away with you.

Our job is to care for wounds or injuries to the best of our ability and keep people alive until the real professionals get there. Or until we can take them to the real professionals.

Listen, I cannot fix it.

(I don’t know that you want me to try either)

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September Newsletter

The Church of New JerusalemWagner (orange) and Victor talking on the river’s edge of the ShishinahuaSeveral months ago Nilton, from the village of San Francisco where we have our first church plant, started visiting a neighboring village called New Jerusalem. Although...

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Five Churches to Start on the Shishinahua River (June)

Five Churches to start on the Shishinahua RiverNilton has been strongly instrumental in talking to the neighboring villages about the Lord and as a result 6 of the 9 people baptized  during the anniversary event were from the village of New Jerusalem.  This small...

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2-Day Training on the Nucuray River (June)

2-Day Training on the Nucuray RiverL to R:  Kim, Alicia, Charis and Donna doing children’s ministry in the villagesA team of four young women from a supporting church and I went to the Nucuray River to do a 2-day training for the only two Christian churches on this...

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