We finished up our medical clinics and other activities today at the Lily of the Valley Church. We saw a few less patients today than on the previous days with 58 being seen. That permitted us to all divide up in about 5 teams with some of the local church members to deliver bags of food to some needy families. Some of these were church members--including some quite elderly folks in their upper 80s. That something you don't see too often here as life expectancy isn't that high. We did get to see a few folks who were friends or neighbors of church members and as opportunity presented itself, we shared a brief gospel presentation with them as well. We packed up the left over medications and took them to a local dress boutique for storage. I'll share more about that business and its ministry at a later time. One of the amazing things that took place this week was being able to minister to a young woman in her early 30s who has no legs. Jason thought she might suffer from cerebral palsy. One of the ladies from the Judah Baptist Church had recently met her and has been praying for and with her. The young woman pulls herself along on the ground as her only means of locomotion. The friend from Judah mentioned that it would be awesome for her to have a wheelchair, but they couldn't afford to provide one. It turns out that the cost for one is only about $150 or so. Our pharmacist friends from FBC Farmington had told us that their church had sent them with some extra funds to use as necessary. When I mentioned this need to them, they didn't hesitate to say they wanted to help. The church member asked the pharmacists if they could be present on Sunday to present the wheelchair to the young lady and they agreed to do so. This morning, one of the young ladies from Judah informed me that the local TV station here in Quetzaltenango found out about this lady and the provision of a wheelchair for her and they wanted to show up and film the delivering of the chair to her tomorrow morning at church. It seems that this lady for years has been begging at the main plaza downtown and almost everyone in town knows of or has seen her. The lady from church asked if it would be alright with the pharmacists for the TV station to film the event and they concurred again, saying that it would be great publicity for the church. That's one of many neat things that God has done this week through the efforts of the team here in Guatemala. Tomorrow we wrap up with worship services in both churches we've been assisting and then we head back to Guatemala City after lunch. My voice isn't much better so I'd certainly still appreciate your prayers that I'll be able to preach. The Lily of the Valley Church is celebrating its 43 anniversary and is expecting a big crowd we're told.