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Precious in His Sight

/ October 4th, 2017 / Comments Off on Precious in His Sight
Precious in His Sight

December 2017, Three Strands’ team member, Kathy Braidic traveled to our #BanguiClinic to teach clinic staff how to fit glasses. In just a few days, she taught clinic staff member, Polycarp to test clinic patients for near-sightedness, far-sightedness and reading glasses. Kathy told us that it was so exciting to see the change in clients

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2018 Three Strands’ Team Dates Announced

/ August 12th, 2017 / Comments Off on 2018 Three Strands’ Team Dates Announced
2018 Three Strands’ Team Dates Announced

Is God calling you to serve with Three Strands? Our 2018 Team Dates have just been announced and already, one team is full. Get started! Click “Opportunities” in the menu above and follow the links for your interest. HAITI • Dr. Russ Woda – February 10-17, 2018  – sorry, this trip is already full! •

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Different look same great cause

/ August 2nd, 2017 / Comments Off on Different look same great cause
Different look same great cause

It looks different but it’s still us! Please use your email address in place of your old username. Your password remains the same. If you have any problems, please do not hesitate to call Mike Taylor at 574-527-9958.

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#BanguiClinic as Michaela served it!

/ July 6th, 2017 / Comments Off on #BanguiClinic as Michaela served it!
#BanguiClinic as Michaela served it!

In June, recent high school graduate, Michaela Scotten made her 2nd team trip with Three Strands. On both trips, Michaela served in the Central African Republic, right in the heart of Africa. Here are some of Michaela’s observations. We will be featuring them on social media during the month of July.   We took hundreds

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Wilkins’ Story

/ May 29th, 2017 / Comments Off on Wilkins’ Story
Wilkins’ Story

Wilkins’ story is a true indication of God’s mercy on the life of a young man.  Early in 2016, 16 year old Wilkins arrived at the Three Strands Medical Clinic, assisted by his mother. He was so thin and emaciated, he could barely walk. His skin was leathery and covered with sores. We prayed over

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