Medical to the remote

This Blog is all about the work of God. Nothing we do is without the knowledge of our Father. He is the soul provider for everything we do.
We are Mordegai, Toinette, Suzaan,Gideon and Anton Rossouw from Namibia-Africa. . This Blog is all about our lives here in Cambodia while Suzaan works in South Africa. We are real Farmers from Africa and we love life and what it have to offer and enjoy it day by day.

Mordegai travels to remote villages up in the far North of Cambodia, doing much needed medical work ,where no other doctors go, with local pastors as well as the Department of Health of Ratanakiri.

Toinette is at home with the boys. Homeschooling Gideon is a task not for sissies, while Anton is in Eli school. .She joins FGC Community Link Cambodia to the villages close by, teaching local children in an after school setting and also women about Health Issues in a village setting.

We consider us Asians as we live such a long time in Asia, eating rice as a staple food and not meat......

Our motto in life comes from a dear friend:

With common sense and God we
can accomplish a lot

Robin Wales

Monday, October 3, 2016

Monday night prayers 3 Oct.2016

Took 2 really old guys, uncle Derrick and Gary (74 years old) and another friend Dave(58) out into the bush this past week. We first did an outreach in Thor Piang Rosey and helped a lot of people with medicine and also gave out reading glasses. Saw my friend Noun, that’s leg was broken 2 months ago. He is doing just fine. We slept the night in the church in Kabal Domrey. 

We wanted to go to the village the furthest into the jungle at Phnom Chi, Rum Jopon. The road was real challenging with lots of mud but we made it into the village ok.
The people were very glad when we came there. Saw my friend Nang, we prayed for him about 3 months ago, when we last visited there. His stomach is swollen beyond big and he is really in need of a miracle. It was really good to see how open people are in this little village. So hope to get someone to start a small group and talk to them about Jesus.

Our trip back found us first at the old temple and gave the uncle and his wife a pair of glasses and left meds there for them. It was already late as we turned around and then it started to rain. The guys had to walk up the mountain while we ride. The roads turned into rivers and soon we ran out of fuel as well. It was dark soon and we could not see anything. Luckily Dave had some flashlights. We pushed our bikes through the mud towards the good road. In the middle of the jungle, 2 guys appear that gave us petrol, I am sure they were Angels. Now we could at least walk and ride. My bike died completely as the rivers was way too high and drowned our bikes. At 10pm we found a mechanic to fix my bike and we found fuel. We made it home at 1am and went to sleep at 2am.

Now you would say its madness to go that far for only a few people, but God knows better. Read the passage of the lost sheep again, and you will know what I talk about.

                   Please pray for Nang to get healed. His belly is really swollen and he struggles to                        breath.

Keep praying for little Sa Kadaa. This is the guy with Elephantiasis.

Keep praying for little Monirith, the little girl with kidney problems.

Please keep my little brother, Werner in your prayers. He is diagnosed with Diabetes but they are not sure if it is Type 1 or 2.

       My little sister, Elizma, who is pregnant with twins, is doing well. Pray for her for good health and that the Lord grants her wish to be a mother.

       I will be out this week again to Ratanakiri so please pray for safe travels. Our cars are still under repairs and I still believe in a miracle that they can revive the Beast.

Slowly but surely the students that gave their hearts to the Lord, in the Acts program, are getting in trouble with their parents. One girl got banned to attend the church and activities at FGC as her mother got very angry for her when she heard that she turned a Christian. She did not tell the parents about it.  One student ran away from home this week and the parents are really worried about her. Pray for these students as they really seeking the will of God.

Our prayer for Syria tonight:
Isaiah 61:7a
“Instead of your shame you will receive a double portion, and instead of disgrace you will rejoice in your inheritance."

As I attended our weekly Syrian gathering last night, the room was the fullest it’s ever been. There was such a buzz of excitement with all the talk and chatter. There were families we had visited that week; families attending for the first time; testimonies of healing and a family member showing openness for the first time; eyes were sparkling. I am just so amazed that people, who have all come from such helpless situations, can be filled with such joy now! Thank You Jesus!!

Lord Jesus, instead of shame, You have given them a double portion... You! Instead of disgrace, You have filled their hearts with rejoicing in their inheritance... You! Thank You for this room full of people. Some have found You. Some are still on the way. But all are looking to You, wanting to know You more. Thank You Jesus. May there be more! So much more!! You are gracious!!

PS. I will be out of internet contact next week… but we’ll continue the following week. Thank you so much for your prayers!!!

May God bless your week.


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