Tuesday Travels- Vietnam Veterans Building Medical Clinics In Country

This week a team organized by VWAM, Vets With a Mission, is working in VietNam. Led by our friends Chuck and Joette Ward, the team is treating patients in a clinic built by another humanitarian organization, now supported by VWAM. My husband and I were unable to join the team this year, but I am linking to their blog so you can see first hand what they do and why.

“Sometimes reconciliation, forgiveness and charity are not the easiest things to do. But faith helps one put all of this is perspective, and when done so it makes everything possible. This is a good thing, and the essence of the Gospel. Doesn’t it say to “Love your neighbor as yourself?” (Romans 13:9)”

via Vietnam Veterans Humanitarian NGO Medical ClinicsVets With A Mission Blog | Humanitarian NGO – Vietnam Veterans Building Medical Clinics In Country.

VWAM CEO Chuck Ward, VietNam veteran, on a previous trip
VWAM CEO Chuck Ward, VietNam veteran, on a previous trip

Author: Aletha Cress Oglesby, M.D.

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